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Heat I have an 1995 gmc sonoma and my heat does not blow out very hot and i cant figer out what the proublem is

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Considering the age of the car, your heater core could be partially stopped up. Check the coolant in your radiator and see if it is a rusty color. Flushing the coolant system might help get your heat flowing again.

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You need a new thermostat i just got one and it burns me out of the car

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I had the same problem it was the thermastat for me

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