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Not hot air from heater

My 1995 monte carlo dont blow out hot air... would it be my heater core or would my thermostat not sure

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  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    I'm trying to figure out where the heater core lines are so I can flush system?

  • brody_hummer Dec 23, 2008

    the air that comes out is like between cold and warm. i think my temp gauge is workin but not real sure. cars not been overheating.there is a little change in the temp but not much at all. coolant lvls are rite and its been like this for a while. not really checked the hoses to the heater core... pretty sure they are fine bc ive not had ne antif. leaking.

  • kevin carpenter May 11, 2010

    is the temp gauge reading correctly, when you switch from hot too cold first do you feel any change in the temp? secoand do you hear a door opening our closeing?

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Is coolant level in rad up to where it should be? Any warm air at all? Did this just happen recently, or has it been that way for quite a while? Hoses going to & from heater core at firewall both hot to touch when engine up to operating temperature?

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It could be a low coolant level or stuck thermostat or maybe even a clogged line you can try changing the thermostat or getting your radiator flushed out at like jiffylube or a place like that

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