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Hey guys I've got a major heat problem in my car, it only pushes out luke warm air inside the car. I've already done a coolant flush, a thermostat (which was broken but didn't fix the inside heat problem) and recently a muriatic acid flush directly through the heater core. The last thing I can think of is that door that controls the amount of heat, the control inside the cab is stuck or something. I really don't want to have to take my dash apart but it looks like it's the only thing left to do. Any ideas?
 

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well, you can look under your dash on the passenger side of the center console..... with a flashlight look at it while someone is switching from hot to cold and see if there are any cables or wires that popped off the lever switch..... goodluck!
 

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I would make sure thermostat is seated properly. On my 93 2.0 I recently had to reinstall the thermostat because it was not properly seated and allowing the water to bypass the thermostat. It was only off a few millimeters.
 

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Thanks for the replies guys but i ended up taking my dash apart last weekend anyways. After I had it all apart, I figured out it was only a door that was stuck wide open. The one that controls the recirculation or to pull in air from the outside.
 
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