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My car is honda acord 1995

Hi my car have a problem I don't know if the problem is the heater core because when I turn on the heater the air is not hot inside and is not liquin water inside the car I confuse now what I have to do could you help with some answers

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See if the heater butterfly moves when youmove the control leaver inside the car from demist to floor, the butterfly may be near the firewall in the engine bay.

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Usually if heater core it will leak inside car, with the car cold(not driven for at least an hour) take off radiator cap and make sure its full, you may have to add some antifeeeze. What does the temperature guage say

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