Question about 1997 Land Rover Range Rover
Engine runs at proper temp. but takes awhile for hot air to blow from the vents. i replaced the thermostat but still have the same problem. tried bleeding air from the system, but keep have the same issue.
It sounds like you have a blocked heater core ( Small radiator that the interior fan blows through to create the heat inside the car), If you can get access to the heater core pipes you might be able to flush it out but usually they need replacing.
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