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I changed the water pump thermostat and heater core and still no heat what else can be wrong 1996 chevy lumina car

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1)Air trapped in system
2)plugged radiator
3)collapsed heater hoses while engine is running
4) heater control valve
5) blend door motor for hot/cold (VERY COMMON)

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