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Whats wrong with the heater that doesn't heat and smells like cup of noodle.

The heater doesn't heat up and cause the front wind shield to fog up and it smells like cup a noodle when turn on for awhile. Is it the heater or heating coil or something else. pls help. Thank you.

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Sounds like heater core.usually the passenger floor would be wet if heater core was bad I would try thermostat first

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