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Replace thermastat with a 195 degree. Make SURE top radiator hose is getting hot.

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I would change both first get a fail proof thermostat that way it would never over heat put it in and see if you got heat. if you got heat thermostat is good and water pump check your fans and make sure coolent is full make sure oil looks good you don't want to over heat that car or you will burn hea

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2002, VW Passat, 2.8 Liter, 30V, ATQ No heat, Climatronic System. Control module is good, Fluid levels are good, thermostat good. Can't find the Heater Control Valve, need the location for this valve???

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