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Could be a few things listed below:

  1. Check to make sure your heaterhoses are connected
  2. Check to make sure the A/C switch is pushed and make sure you have adequate amounts of coolant since the heating is reliant upon the coolant to heat up air.
  3. If all of that is in working order, check to make sure your A/C compressor is working, generally that is only for cold air, but sometimes it can affect the heating element as well .
  4. Last but not least check the blower motor resistor also.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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