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assuming coolant is full, electric fan might be inop. radiator blockage, head gasket, thermostat,water pump Its your thermostat or you have leak of coolant.If is first your thermostat stay closed so the coolant in the motor is in constant heating.If you try to to use heating in your car simply you will not have a heating because worm coolant stay in motor.

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