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Why does it take a long time for heater to come on?

Sometimes it takes up to 15 minutes before the heater comes on

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The heater works with the hot water of the car radiator, on colder days it takes the water sometime up to 15 minutes to get hot. The heater in the car does not use electric heating etc, the safest form of heating inside the car is done through a fan running over a water heated core.

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