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there are two hoses than run through the firewall to the heater core. With the car fully warmed up those two hoses should be about the same temp. If one is hot and one is significantly cooler that the heater core is likely plugged. The hoses can be removed and the heater core can be backflushed with a garden hose. do this several times alternating between the inlet and outlet of the heater core. reconnect the hoses and see what happens. Worse case scenerio you'll need to replace the heater core.
THE BIG NUT DONT TORK IT SHOULD HAVE HAD A CARTER PIN IN IT THAT KEEPS IT FROM BACKING OFF BUT U JUST SNUG IT UP TIGHT THIN TURN 1/2 TURN PUT CARTER PIN IN THE HOLE IF U TIGHTING THIS NUT REAL TIGHT THE BEARING WILL GET HOT AND LOCK UP ON U GOOD LUCK PLEASE RATE THIS
I has this problem after i had recently changed out the stereo. Chech to see if the illumination wire that runs to the stereo is hooked up correctly. If you have an aftermarket stereo you may need to ground it to the body of the car.
I believe that the fuse is located in the engine compartment but check your car manual to find the exact location.