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You have a 1998 Chevy Blazer you have installed a new water pump new thermostat new radiator and a new heater core you have also flushed the heating system out you am still not able to get any heat Th?

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2005-10-17 19:46:28
2005-10-17 19:46:28

Check the Heater blower motor, any vaccuum lines that go into the heater, and fuses under the hood. Sounds like a blower motor though.

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