Why Does My Car Heater Blow Cold Air?

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The reason your car heater is blowing cold air could be caused by a few different issues. It could be your thermostat is stuck and cannot let the heater know you want to turn up the temperature.  It could also be your coolant level is low, the heater core is clogged, or fluids that are needed to create heat, to circulate.
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