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I have a 2003 beetle and the heater will not get warm what can be the problem?

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You dont have antifreeze circulation.thermostat stuck,water pump broke impeler inside(very common),or heater core need be flushed(replaced) 1 in 10000 bad

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Hey steve. Your block heater cord should be in the very front, somewhere in the area behind your bumper/grille area. Also check under the hood on both sides, it will be the only 3 wire grounded cord in there. It may be coiled up also, so look for a coiled up unpluged cord too.
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