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Most common causes of poor heat it a cloged heater core and blower moter not operating properly, low cooant and stuck open thermostat but if the car is warmed up i would look at the heater core they sell a kit at auto zone,pepboys..... that you can put on your heater hoses and flush the heater core out i would say it works most of the time. hope i could help you

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