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The blower and everything works,ac works does not blow any heat. hearter core is good

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Sorry to **** in

I take it you have got lots of water in your cooling system ?????????

If so its more than likely your Heater valve.

This is the contraption that controls the water flow from engine to matrix/ sorry core. These can be manual or electronic. Depends on the fashion at the time.

If you have checked has you state above you need to get hunting.

Try this should sort

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