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Check feed pipes into heater from engine ans see if they are hot,if not then its a circulation problem,if hot then check the thin plastic pipes and make sure their is a vacumn in them and a pipe is off somewhere.
first i would make sure the fan is coming on most turn on around 220 the fan should also turn on with the a/c on if the fan works check for leaks low coolant level will make it run hot even more when the coolant is to low to reach the temp sensor delaying fan operation
not good wendy, most likely cause is a blown cylinder head gasket, but have someone check to make sure the thermostat is opening( if you let the engine idle for around 10min the top radiator hose will get hot when the thermostat opens if the engine overheats before the top hose gets hot then replace the thermostat) if the thermostat is poening then supect the head gasket.
when the vehilce is hot, what is the tmeperature of the top and bottom hoses,...with the engine hot, turn engine off, and feel the hoses.....are they the same temp, or is one hotter/colder than the other
Either the battery wire may be loose or the battery may not have sufficient power to start the vehicle. Check the battery wire for perfect contact. If the contact is having white deposit through chemical reaction, apply hot water on it or apply WD 40. Recharge the battery. Even after all this if the car doesn't start, check the Starter.