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Why does a 2002 Mitsubishi Galant only blow cold air and not overheat?

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2006-05-22 01:33:02
2006-05-22 01:33:02

I had a similar problem with Chevy Lumina when the thermostat went out. It was stuck open so the car never got up to a temp high enough to blow hot air. Kerry

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