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Not getting much heat from the heater.

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Have u checked the heater core inlet and outlet hose's are the hot, one hot side one cool indicates a plugged up core. if that is ok u may have a stuck air temperature control blend door in the dash air distribution system, also make sure your engine reaches at least 180 deg F.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

  • joeysabean Jan 31, 2011

    Not the core everything new[thermostat coolant]

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