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No heat my car is running hot and I dont have any heat it's not the thermastat what else could it be?

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It could be the heater control valve under the hood or it could be the heater core is plugged up .

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Your water pump may have given up on you, check for circulation, no heat means no coolant in the system, also have you checked the cooling fans for operation?
Good luck

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haed gasket or water pump

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could be anything really. check for oil in the water and vice versa, if so then it head gasket. also try the hot cold setting on the main air intake pipe.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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