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Toyota Avensis T99

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I have a Toyota Avensis 99 and it is blowing cold air all the time, but when i switch the heater off after a while the tempeture gauge starts to gradully rise please can you tell me whats wrong.

Many thanks.


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Replace the thermostat its stuck open

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