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No heat in a 2005 pontiac G6

Have checked everything, could the radiator be the problem even if the car doesnt overheat

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  • Rocky Degelman Nov 01, 2012

    Have you had it checked out at a garage? This is a Stromper When you stay you check every thing, . Does the car have a temperature Guage ? Where is the Needle at on the temp guage. When car is warm up After driving for a while.

  • Rhonda Sparks Nov 01, 2012

    Everything works fine, changed the radiator, thermostat, flushed heater core twice, both actuators are finee

  • Rhonda Sparks Nov 01, 2012

    still no heat

  • Rocky Degelman Nov 01, 2012

    The Blend door in the heater control box is not closeing, Or your temperture control switch is shot,

  • Rhonda Sparks Nov 01, 2012

    that all works, checking hvac

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Have you changed the thermostat,?

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