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No heat but blows cold air

2005 hyundai sant fe that only blows cold air and overheats if i'm doing more than 100 km/h. Recently changed the thermostat but that did nothing. Any ideas???

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Flush radiator, check coolant level, check heater core, check timing, and if all tests fine get a compression test to rule out head problems.

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Most likely the A/C system needs to be recharged with freon.
Most shops charge under $50 for this service.

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Have you checked the coolant to make sure its full.Try this.Run the truck with the radiator cap off and let it warm up.When it reaches normal temps sqeeze the rubber hoses.These hose should be a little hard to squeeze.If they are the thermo and water pump are fine.

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Assuming the water is getting hot, (you could touch the hoses to make sure), then it is the controls, the vacuum the controls use, the vacuum servo that operates the valve, or the valve itself.
It is easiest to start with the last, because you can watch it move from the engine compartment, as someone else turns the temp switch high and low.

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