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Getting heater to work. Fan runs and it cools well. Has Climate control

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15 years old, maybe your heater core is bad, no heat transfer from the coolant to the core, hence none from the core to your interior. Have it checked, usually a pain to replace as the dash has to come out to get at it.

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