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When i am at an idle, my heater goes cold, it is REAL cold here today

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Make, model, year, engine? Cool air from heater on idle is a good indication that you have either restricted flow to, or through heater core, either from partially plugged core, restriction in lines to & from core, or possible weak water pump, but my money's on partially plugged core. Having your heater core flushed & reversed flushed, may be all thats needed, which is usually the case. There is the possibility of a vacuum leak, if you recently started to hear any hissing noises by chance. If you are mechanically inclined at all, you can probably to the core flush yourself.

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