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The cabin heater consists of a heater core and fan. there are two hoses attached to the core, running to and from the engine coolant radiator. One of the hoses has tap or valve to regulate the hot water flow, it is either stuck open or the control cable is broken.
Provided the hose bib for the heater hose is still sticking out of the firewall the hose slips over the bib and then a hose clamp is tightened over the hose. But it's possible that the bib is broken off and then heater core is going to need to be changed
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to email you pictures on how to do it. the flat rate labor time to do this repair is 7.5 hours which basically means that the whole dash must come out, also you will need to disconnect your a/c system to remove heater core.
it is quite easy to replace the heater core . all you need to do is open the glove compartment and pop-off the hydraulic hinge and pull the glove compartment all the way down and you take off four bolts on the plastic cover and it comes right out.