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Check and make sure the coolant is not low.If good then feel the radiator and see if it feels hot to the touch.Just be careful it can get very hot.If that is good then feel the heater hoses going into the back wall.There should be 2 of them and they go to the heater core.They should both be hot.If only one is hot and the other warm then the heater core is plugged.If they are both hot then check and make sure the temp control is working properly when you move it from hot to cold.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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