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Heater My heater is blowing out cold air and i need to fix it cause it is cold i have the anti-freeze in there but maybe need to do a flush? and redo it please let me know.

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Common problem is replacing the thermostat. After they are so old they quit opening and closing with the temp. changes. Pretty easy fix. Also check to make sure your antifreeze is Full. Low levels cause bad ciculation and the fluid does not make it to the heater core.

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