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Hi,my 1995 bmw 316i only blows cold air.even when the temp control is full at red it blows ice cold air,thanks.rod

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Check hot water is circulating through heater rad by feeling the inlet and outlet pipes as they come thru the bulkhead if ok it sounds like there is a control panel prob, if hot water isnt circulating make sure cooling system is bled properly, and you could try backflushing the system.

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