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No heating inside, just blows out cold air.

I have a problem with the heater not working. The fan works, A/C works fine but when I turn the control to the red position it still blows out cold air. Any ideas? 2007 Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec petrol automatic climate pack.

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Check your coolant- if it is low, top it off. you could have an air bubble or the heater core could be clogged. if not the air mode door in the heater box might not be moving. that is the hardest and last to check

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    onyxvu May 26, 2009

    check your coolant- if it is low, top it off. you could have an air bubble or the heater core could be clogged. if not the air mode door in the heater box might not be moving. that is the hardest and last to check

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    onyxvu May 26, 2009

    check your coolant- if it is low, top it off. you could have an air bubble or the heater core could be clogged. if not the air mode door in the heater box might not be moving. that is the hardest and last to check

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