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Car heater does not blow hot air ....already replaced the themostat,flushed the raditor,added coolent,and changed the blower fan ,checked all the fuses..what is the problem??? could it be anyhting else but a new raditor ??? car is a 1999 ford taurus se

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Check the heater tap is working.

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