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Heater dosne't put out warm air

Heater dosen't put out warm air, fan works okay but air doesn't get very warm

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Either have a bad heater control valve, thermostat is not opening, or heater core is stopped up

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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Check fluid level in the radiator.If thats ok could be the thermostat.

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