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A few of the possible problems are: -

Insufficient coolant temperature - possibly defective thermostat.
Insufficient coolant circulation through the heater matrix.
Insufficient airflow through the heater matrix - possibly due to the build up of leaves or other debris.
Maladjusted or broken heater controls.

First find the problem(s)...

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