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1999 JAGUAR XJ8 L HAS NO HEAT

FULL ON COOLANT, BLOWER MOTOR IS WORKING, AND IT NOT OVER HEATING. WHAT IS THE COMMON PROBLEM? AND HOW DO I FIND OUT IF IT IS THE CLIMATE CONTROL MODULE, OR A VALVE SOME WHERE IS STUCK? THANK YOU

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There is an electric auxiliary water pump for the heater near the bulkhead. This is likely to be seized and may require replacement, quite a common fault!

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