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Was overheating replaced t-stat now wont put out heat

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If you drained your coolant when you replaced your t-stat i would say you have air in your system at your heater core causing a pressur lock. Pull one of the lines off that goes from your heater core to the engine and bleed out the air. You may have to do both lines depending on the direction of flow thru your engine.

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