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I have a 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS with only 76,000 miles. The heater is constantly giving me problems. Both heater hoses get hot, but there is absolutely no heat coming into the cabin. I have changed the Dex-Cool every 5 years and last year I flushed out the system before changing it. What's up? John

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No heat into the cabin with the hoses getting hot to the heater core, means that the vacuum motor may not be flipping the plastic blend door open to allow air to flow into the cabin.

I couldn't find body/air conditioning/heating info. on my online resource, but alldata.com or buying the service manual many help with more specific information on how to repair the blend door problem.

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