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I have a 2006 suzuki forenza and the won't come on.

The heater was working fine the whole day and it just stopped. Someone told me it was coolant and I put some. It still won't work.What is wrong

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    i have the same problem. my stepdad said i need a new heater blower for the inside of the car. it's under the dash. circular, you can gently kick it to see if it comes on. mine does if i tap it or kick it, then goes off after a few minutes.

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IT COULD BE THAT THE THERMOSTAT IS STUCK IN THE OPEN POSITION. START THE CAR AND LET IT RUN FOR A WHILE, WATCH THE TEMP GAUGE, IF IT DOESN'T GET UP TO NORMAL DRIVING TEMP. CHANGE THE THERMOSTAT.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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