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Heating in 2004 verona not working

Heating in my 2004 suzuki verona isn`t working. fan blows the air.looks like something is wrong with control knob?any suggestions how to check what is wrong?how to remove the panel with all knobs?

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I would check the thermostat first. It sounds like it may be stuck open.
On any of the newer autos pulling the front panel to access the heater controls is a major pain.
Start with the easy stuff first.

Good Luck, Duane

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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