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NISSAN ALTIMA '05 NO HEAT AT IDLE HEAT WHEN MOVING

CHANGED BOTH THERMOSTATS BLED AIR OUT

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I'm having the same problem, no heat at idle. I replaced the waterpump/both thermostats/belt and radiator. I'm still having the same problem. any ideas?

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Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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Head gasket needs replacement. You'll find coolant in the cylinder when pressure tested.

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