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No heat on 1999 blazier

Installed new thermostat and added proper anti freeze temp is staying under 210 with fan running remove radiator cap and no water is circulating

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Water pump may be worn and needs to be replaced. You can try flushing out the heater core it self buy disconnecting the two heater hose from the water pump and flushing water through it to get any restriction out. Once you flushed out the heater core, reattached the hose at the water pump and see if that helps. If not then your going to have to replace the water pump it self. Good luck

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