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Not heating just had my 2004 hyundai elantra gt fixed from a oil leak and blown gasket and ever since then i have been having problems with my heater its not heating no more.

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Check heater hoses may be mechanic disconected them.Usually they trick customers to come back to work shop for more extra charges to the customer.

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