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The best way to see that is follow the 2 heater hoses from the water pump to the fire wall of the car. That is where the heater core is but inside the car Good Luck!!

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I had the exact same problem, yes it was the heater control valve, the repair was 285.00. The tech that replaced it told me it is a common problem for the Galant. He said that if you keep your temp selector on either all hot or all cold that it keeps constant pressure on the plastic gear teeth in the valve. As they break off one by one you begin to hear that clicking noise as the dont catch. When you finally break off the last one it stops working.

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I think I would just keep right on going until it quits.

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