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Hi i have a 2001 2.0 turbo diesel hyundai sante fe... The heaters arent working properly they are blowing cold air only... Ive checked the oil to see for signs of water or coolant and water for oil vice versa... Ive taken out the thermostat and tested it and its working and i cant find any leaks.. The only problem i can find is one of the three outlet pipes the small pipe the one going to the top of the coolant reservoir took of the rubber part of the pipe and the steel piece going to the thermostat housing is blocked solid i cannot unblock it can any body please help me

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Is there anyway to remove the section of hose that is blocked and replace it heater hose? I'm thinking if you can replace the section that is blocked them it should allow coolant to pass through all hoses therefore giving you the heat your after!! I've also had goodluck searching u tube for answers and in most cases comes with a detailed video goodluck in your mission for heat!!

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