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Heating problems cold to worm heat

My 1994 Volkswagen golf gets lukewarm heat. It doesn't get as hot as it should. Any ideas. The heater core is good. Does is have anything to do with the control knob. The knob is broke.

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Is coolant level ok? feel hoses if they are hot( small hoses going to interior) also possible interior radiator stocked. good luck

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