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Heater not blowing hot but engine not overheating

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  • jbachorz May 11, 2010

    Could be the heater core (which is separate from the radiator) is plugged.

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The coolant thermostat needs replaced or you need a coolant flush. Heater cores (in the dashboard) often clog and stop warm coolant from circulating into the heater. A coolant flush would cure this. Flushes usually run from 70 to 90 dollars to have done at a service shop.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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Replace the Blower Motor Resistor.It will be located in or near Blower motor box.

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