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1994 astro van

The heater on my astro van doesnt work i had someone check it and the fuses are ok and the heater core is ok too. what is the problem i cant take my kids anywhere with me cause it is too cold please help this mother of 5 thank you

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  • secondnomad Jan 12, 2009

    hello, we are having the same problem, if you find a solution please let us know, i am going to replace the thermostat, and see it that works. if it does i will let you know,.



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  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    i had the same problem. look inside the heater control valve. mine was blocked by a small part that came loose inside the valve, thus restricting water from entering heater core.

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Is the engine warm? If no, replace the thermostat. If yes. Is their cold air coming from the heater outlet? If no air look for the fan or heater control .

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