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Subaru liberty 92 heater too takes too long to heat up.
I've heard that its a common problem.
The heater works fine once hot.
Is there a solution?

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Possibly your thermostat is failing...could be mucked up from the antifreeze.....or your heater resistor. One way or the other....easy fix....check you fluid level too.

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