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Heat my 2007 impala, when i start my car in the mornings to warm up it doesn't but when i start driving down the road it starts warming up. when i'm setting idle it starts blowing cold air.

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    I have the same problem and I check the coolent level and it was right on the mark

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    the car shut down while I was driving now it wont start. the dash says "starter disabled service throttle"

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If this car is remote start GM has a service bulletin out to do a computer flash to correct this problem, it will probably blow hot air in the summer if it remote started if you don't have the computer flash done. Hope this helps

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COOLANT LEAK.
The 3.5 and 3.9 V6 engine are having problems with the rear head gasket leaking. This low coolant level causes air pockets in the system, and no heat at idle.
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Check your coolant level. What u describe is a common problem, the coolant doesn;t flow thru the heater core if the level is too low, so no or little heat. Let me know the coolant level.

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