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Car warms up but heat takes a very long time to come on. Blows right volume of air and settings for various defrost,feet,head all work. Temp of air is cold for a solid ten minutes then system works fine. No leaks anywhere, ideas?

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There are many possible causes for this. A good place to start would be to make sure your radiator fluid is filled up to the cold level when the engine is cold and to the hot level when your engine is hot.

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