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Heat vents are not open

Heat does not blow out of any vents...you can hear the motor going but no heat

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Your heater core is clog have it fix my a certified tech. hope this help

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SOURCE: barely any heat coming from vents blower motor working

check the coolant level & condition of antifreeze make sure it is not dirty/rusty/muddy if thats ok try a new thermostat & radiator cap if the antifreeze is muddy you may have to blow out the heater core

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