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I have a 2000 nissan xterra my heat dont warm up i change my thermo stat if i get my heater core flush what are my chances of it working what are the major problem with the 2000 nissan xterra i done the knock sensor an iac valve plus sparks plugs and wires and planning on changing my coil pack/s

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Forget all the above items you mentiond,the heater metrick/core should be ok if you put a cooler flush through the system,im looking at the thermo switch mounted on the top of the water system it will have two wires on it and tells the engine when to let hot water through the core,also if its not working the engine will not perform great so try this and forget about new spark plugs/wires/coil pack ,as these are nothing to do with heating.adrian,,,

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