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No heat and thermostat light just came on. What's wrong?

My heater stopped working yesterday and Iast night the thermostate shot all the way up and then slowly started coming down. How do I fix this?

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You most likely nave air in the system. You need to refill the system and bleed out the air.

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First check to see if there is proper amount of coolant in the reservoir and then put on gloves while engine is running squeeze upper radiator hose together if hose trys to open up while holding it the water pump is probably still working and when was last time drive belt was changed because it could cause this problem because it is slipping

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