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1998 S10 heat wont work sometimes

I have a 1998 s10. Everything works good, but sometimes the heat wont work. When the heat does work it is great, and also when the heat is on i can't change the temperature. Please help

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When you say the heat doesn't work are you meaning the fan doesn't blow out hot air or just doesn't blow out any air? if it blows cold air sometimes when you have the heat on then it could be poor circulation through your radiator or a weak water pump. make sure your radiator is clean on the inside, not too corroded or nasty inside. You can buy a radiator flush thing from wal-mart or any auto parts store. See if it helps.

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