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Old 01-04-2018, 06:17 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Where is the heater water control valve?

The heater is blowing cold even after the engine is up to temperature and no matter the RPM's. The fan is working and it blows much harder when the engine reaches the proper temperature, as it should. I assume the hot water control valve is stuck shut, but I can't find it to test it. I looked on the firewall, nothing obvious and I looked where the A/C hoses go into the firewall, but nothing else around it.
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Default Re: Where is the heater water control valve?

You probably have an air pocket in the cooling system. Try bleeding the radiator.
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