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There could be a few different reasons for no heat, in a chevy.There's no water in the heatercore. Check the level of the radiator when it's cooled off. If thats not it, my '94 had a small hole in one of the intake tubes, for some reason it kept the heat from blowing hot. I suppose any loss of pressure may affect it the same way.

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