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My 2006 heaer doesn't work

The heater in my 2006 Accent just stopped working this morning. It was working fine last night. I warmed the car up this morning and the heater is just blowing air.

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  • bellc5442 Feb 05, 2009

    Thanks, That took care of the problem.

  • bellc5442 Feb 05, 2009

    Thanks, That took care of the problem.

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Check the coolant level on the radiator..it sounds low

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