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I dont get hot air in the cab just warm!

I flushed out the heater coir aready.

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Check the cabin air filter
if dirty wont let air blow through like it should

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I would check the air blend door to see if it is working right. It may not be closing all the way leting cold air in! Try touching the heater hoses, if both are about the same temp. I would check the air blend door.

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