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I have a 1995 chevy suburban. Heater is not working in front or rear. Have replaced t-stat, and temp doors are working, but I seem to have no flow to either heater core.

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I have the same model suburban. I replaced the heater core. You will probably end up replacing both. You can buy them at Oreilly or AutoZone. and install yourself with a manual.

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    1995 Suburban has a heater core on the right side under the passenger side glove box and above the right rear tire.



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