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No heat in passinger dept new thermostat new water pump

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First off are you getting heat anywhere. If you are and you are not getting it in the passanger side. One or 2 things. check your duct connections either loose or something blocking it

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The most likely reason for your concern is a broken blend door. The dashboard must be removed to repair this,not a hard job just labor intensive. Expect an about $800 to repair this at a dealership

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