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    Heater blowing cold?

    It's been getting pretty nippy here in ga lately, so this morning i decided to use my heater. It works just fine while i'm driving but if i come to a stop it will start to blow cool air. What could be causing this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by subieracer18 View Post
    It's been getting pretty nippy here in ga lately, so this morning i decided to use my heater. It works just fine while i'm driving but if i come to a stop it will start to blow cool air. What could be causing this?

    Low on coolant, probably.
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