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There is no heat coming from interior heater, fan works, air works, engine heating is fine, coolant level is good .Is there a valve or solenoid that might be malfunctioning

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Thermostat needs replacement.

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Low coolant level in engine will result in no coolant reaching interior heat exchanger. Otherwise, check environmental controls. Feel heater hoses under hood to see if they get warm when engine is warm. Could be control valve is not being opened to allow hot coolant into interior heat exchanger.

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I recently had a simular problem...try to follow the heater hoses that come from the engine and go into the firewall to the heater core... one of the 2 hoses connects to a plastic valve right before the firewall. This valve shuts off the flow of hot coolant into the heater core when heat is not needed.. Look carefully at this plastic valve, there is a wire pull cable with a small loop at the end that connects to a lever on the valve. Have a helper work the heat controls and make sure the cable pulls on the lever at the firewall valve...I've seen some cables disconnected. Hope this helps with your diagnosis.

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