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Heater, Xl-7 2007

Blows out cold air, regardless of the settings.

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It could be the thermostat, or a clogged heater core. The heater core runs off of the cooling system, radiator etc. If the heater core is clogged the heated water in the system cannot transfer through the heater core so you will have no heat. If you're still under warranty, go back to the dealership. Worst case, take it to a service center like Goodyear, explain your problem to them and ask for a quote to repair it. Now you get free diagnosis and now where to start the repair if you want to on your own. Otherwise, if you think the price is fair, have them repair it. I hope this helps and good luck!
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