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Renault safrane heater problem

Heater won`t heat car.

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  • cherysmth Dec 07, 2008

    heater in car wont work its only blowing cold air into car, pipes are hot thermastat is new and heat on dash board registers as normal

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Hi is the temp gauge registraring normall reading if not thermostat will be stuck open yates210456

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