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I got a 97 galant and changed the thermostate but my heat still sucks. wat could b the problem

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You have a heater coil that is not functioning properly. I think on your model it is located under the hood next to the firewall or under and near the glove compartment. This allows the water from the radiator to run through this coil which when the fan circulates the air, it passes over the coil and is heated.

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