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When I turn on the heater, the air that comes out is cold not hot? What could cause it to do that?

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Is your coolent level low ? If low on water it will make your heater not get not. This is one of many possabilitys. good luck to you.

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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    Steve Christmas Mar 28, 2011

    it's cool about the bad rateing but being low on coolent can make your heator not get hot. Good luck maybe someone else can help you. out.

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