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My 1994 Impreza suddenly started spewing hot air...

My 1994 Impreza suddenly started spewing hot - HOT - air into the cabin. The A/C doesn't work. I've checked the fuses, they're ok. I've checked the fluid levels, they're ok too. What is the likely problem/solution? No setting on the panel will shut off the flow of air.

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Turn off the heater tap under the bonnet by disconnecting the cable and sliding the lever ouve,if its stuck take off heater inlet and outlet water hoses and connect them,youve then bypassed your heater that will fix it

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