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Low coolant has created a bubble in the heating system, some systems need a vacuum pull to fully purge the cooling systems of air pockets OR there is a blend door that is stuck in the heater plenum not allowing the air flow across the heater core, general answers, don't know this car in particular.
My Toyota is a 2007,avensis T180,a got problem with the heating,takes time till is warming up,so i have to drive the car for 2-3 miles to be able to use the heating,which i think is not common,also when i want to increase heating between that time to 22 or more degrees,then acceleration goes up it self with out to touch pedal with the foot.Please any help from somebody who know something about this.
if its cold at 1 location all the time its probably got its gas maybe theres a vent not opening or a duct that has come adrift under dash,if its not cold in general you may need to get an AC guy to look at the fault but keep looking if you think something is simple to fix