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My 2004 eclipse heater stoped woorking no water flow to heater coil problem is in the temp control.

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Waterpump if vehicle overheats the shaft may be spinning without moving fins can be intermitent but car would eventually get hot if no circulation.and thermostat stuck open if no heat but car has long time warming up.posssibly system plugged look into flush depending when antifreeze was changed could be a blockage.hope this helped some.

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