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My heater doesnt work on my 1999 toyota solara,i've changed the thermostat and it still does'nt blow warm.. any suggestions??

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The first thing I would check is the heater control valve. This valve opens when you turn the inside control to heat and allows hot coolant to enter the heater core. If coolant doesn't enter the core, you don't have heat.

This valve is usually located under the hood behind the engine up close to the firewall. It will have coolant hoses attached to it. There should be an arm on the valve with a cable from inside the vehicle attached to it. This cable causes the arm to move, opening and closing the valve. Have someone inside move the heater control and watch this valve for movement.

During the warmer months, this valve is not being opened and closed, and it can get stuck. Moving the arm a few times will probably get it working again.

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You take out the battery, and the air-filter housing to give extra working space.
Then push in the starter motor to its place, and hand-tighten all its bolts.
Wrench tighten the starter bolts to the engine 38.ft-lb
Connect the solenoid wire, and tighten to 10.ft-lb
Connect the battery positive cable, and tighten to13.ft-lb.
Replace the air-filter housing.
Replace the battery, and terminals.
Crank-up the car.

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