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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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you need to adjust it.. take it to a dealer probly cost you a lil bit 400 bucks.. but its a toyota you defenitely dont need a new engine .. just a lil tuning will do the job.. also check if its the water pump that might be the knocking sound your hearing common sickness for vvti engines..

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I'd say that is fairly normal. the A/C system is just a high end heat exchanger. it sucks the heat out of the air in your car and blows it out the front of the car with a radiator-like device.if you are sitting still heat builds up around the front of the car and that hot air is less able to absorb more heat. it can produce a noticeable difference in A/C performance. try running it on max a/c. it reuses the already cold air in the car so it has to take less heat out of the air to achieve the same temp. also better for gas mileage.

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