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No heat changed therostat and blower motor works still no heat ?

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If the cooling system is full and the car is at operating temperature then it sounds like you may have a blocked heater core.with car at operating temperature touch the heater hoses they should both be hot.if one hose is hot and the other is cold then the heater core is blocked and will need to be replaced.

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Check make sure there is coolant in small radiator in heating unit also your controls are opening and closing heater valve
also check for air trapped in system

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