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Front heat wont blow warm

You can adjust the the tempt from 60 to 90 and wont blow warm stays cold

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It could possibly be that you have a bad thermostat staying open all the time not allowing the engine to warm up.

Posted on Feb 01, 2013

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Clogged coolant line or defective heater coolant line solenoid valve?

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