Question about Cars & Trucks
If memory serves me these cars use a vacuum operated heater control switch follow the heater hoses back to the fire wall the switch should be located somewhere in line with one of the hoses have someone activate the heat temp control and check to make sure the switch is getting 18 lbs of vacuum. Vacuum gauges are fairly inexpensive purchase one to check. If there is less than 18 lb at full temp. setting on controls the check valve must be replace and the hoses source connection must be checked make sure it is not broken or dry rotted. Hopefully the electronic controls on the dash are not malfunctioning.
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