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No heat in cab. Blower working fine.

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Make sure that you have enough coolant in the system and that it is getting to the heater core. Also make sure that the blend door on the heater box under the dash is moving from cold to hot. Also make sure that the temperature knob on the console is actually turning to the hot side and not turning.

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