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My 1995 pontiac grand am heater is blowing cold air. It will not heat up but thermostat is working

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  • Steve Clark Feb 19, 2009

    1995 Pontiac Grand Am 2.3L 4 cyl. Heater blows only cold air. Where is the temperature control valve located. I'm not sure the valve is open.

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I was having the same problem kinda... The air would get warm but not hot. Changed the thermostat and it works great. How do you know your thermo works? i thought mine was working temp would only go so high and driving down the road it would cool. Removed the old thermo and it was stuck open about 3/16 ". Also if its blowing cold air your switch might have gone out and is stuck on cold. Hope this helps

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Have you checked the blend door behind the dash? Best wishes.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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Do you have only water in your raditor or is it half and half if you have that it could be your heater core they are none to go

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