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Heating System My heater doesn't work. The air-conditioner works just fine. Has anybody had thise problem and do you know what I should look for first. I'm a female and don't want to be taken advantage of when I take it in for repairs.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    this is caused by the temp control blend door motor.

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Plan on spending about 200 bucks at the dealer to fix this...accordianman

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