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Heater add coolant light staying on

My grand am 2000 stays on constantly and takes along time to heat up

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HAVE YOU CHECK TO SEE IF ANYTHING RESTICTING THE FLOW LIKE PAPER BEHIND THE GLOVE BOX

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