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I don't have heat at idle; but I do when I am cruising down the road above 1500 rpms.

The greater the rpms the greater the heat...

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Does the temp gauge rise higher than normal ? the radiATOR COOLING FAN MAY NOT BE CUTTING IN . No heat at idle would also suggest the thermostat isn't opening correctly , so two things to check out

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