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No heat inside the car

I have a Toyota Land Cruiser SWB 1988. The problem is I have no heat from the heater inside the car. The only way to get heat inside is to go inside the engine and squeeze some rubber pipes. What is my problem?

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Sounds like your heater matrix is dun.check the thermostat first though

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