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My 96 Jaguar XJ6 heater does not blow warm air. Checked hose coming from top of the engine connecting to larger dimeter tube and is just luckwarm when eng is running. Is this a solenoid or valve problem or more complecated

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If the engine does not get hot then the thermostat is stuck open

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