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2000 mitsubishi mirage. cannot get no heat. changed heater core/thermostat/water pump/ heater hoses still want get hot

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Is the blower fan working? If so, Is the heater control valve(valve that allows coolant to to to the heater) working? Its electronic and has been known to fail. Its located at the base of the heater hose and has a couple of wires attached to it. If that is bad, you can get one at the auto parts store, and replace it yourself. Hope this helps.

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