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I have a ptoblem with m 95 jetta with the heating sistem it blow only cold ai

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Is your car warming up to full operating temp? there is a temperature guage at the top of your guage cluster and after roughly ten minutes of running the needle should be pointing straight up or close to it. if not you may have a cooling system problem. it would sound like your thermostat is stuck open. use this DIY and save yourself some money, it's a very easy procedure
http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty/dreed/Campingart/jettatech/coolingmaint/index.htm

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