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I replaced the thermostat. I noticed that the radiator drivers side fan did not work so I replaced the fan assembly. I still have the no heat and the temperature still rises towards the H.

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Thermostat is closed all the time, it needs to be replaced ASAP-don't drive it to the point of it overheating, an aluminum engine does not tolerate overheating well-blown head gaskets, warped head/block, or worse, all very expensive-the thermostat is cheap and should cost less than $100 to replace, you could do it yourself for less than $25.

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