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01-25-02, 06:22 PM   #1  
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no heat after replacing t/stat + heater core car gets up to temp coolant good inside dampers seem to work

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01-25-02, 06:39 PM   #2  
Trapped Air

check the system as it may have trapped air. Their could be a bleeder on the thermostat housing or you may need to loosen a hose or cap. A manual for your car should have specifics.

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01-25-02, 08:12 PM   #3  
Agree w/ Stephen S, but we might be able to provide more info if you posted the year/make/model & engine size.

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01-26-02, 08:11 AM   #4  
And some models can be a real b**** to bleed that air out.

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01-26-02, 04:15 PM   #5  
I agree with all here.

Also are both heater hoses getting hot to the touch?

If not, the problem is still in the engine side. Likely a defective (even though it's new) t/stat.

If they are both hot, the blend door is the issue.

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