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Heater blows cold air in 02 x-type

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AIR BLOCK IN HEATER MATRIX INSIDE DASH, LOOK FOR A BLEED VALVE UNDER HOOD, IF NOT YU NEED TO DISCONTECT HIGHEST HOSE AND FILL RAD, LET AIR OUT RUN WITH RAD CAP OFF TO ALLOW FLOW, FAILING THAT GET A RAD DESCALANT TO CLEAR CRUD FROM SYSTYM

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