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1997 monte carlo no heat

My monte carlo was not heating very good unless i was stopped so i put in a new thermostat. I put that in now all it blows is cold air and the temp gauge gets real hot after i started it up and blows cold air. what did i do wrong. i should of left the old one in the gauge never got in the red before and i am sure i put it in the right way help!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Are you sure you COMPLETELY filled the cooling system with anti freeze?

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