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I have a toyota corolla vvti spirit 2002. its heating system does not work properly. it takes long to operate and heat produced is not enough to worm the car

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The most affordable thing to do is either flush radiator and change thermostat.and see what happens the other thing is your heater core is clogged or is no good

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