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check your coolant levels.

The Owners Manual offers illustrated directions for doing this.

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I had this same problem and could not find anyone with the same problem. Because your getting some heat the coolant is circulating. My problem was that when I had replaced the thermostat I accidentally put one in that opened at 160 degrees because it was the cheapest at Autozone. My gauge read Cold and there was no heat. If I gunned it in neutral,in the driveway, the heat worked great and my gauge went up. I took the car in and they put in the 195 degrees one and it worked great since.

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