my aura 2007 XR will not blow hot air, just cold

Asked by Feb 14, 2017 at 11:05 AM about the 2007 Saturn Aura XR

Question type: General

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May need a new thermostat if the engine is not getting to operating temperature. The heater core could be plugged, or something with the temperature control not allowing heat to come threw.

7,995

Check for blown fuses. If fuses are ok, check to make sure coolant is getting up to operating temperature (hot) and that it's circulating through the heater core. If it is, check the temperature climate control switch. If switch is ok, check blend door actuator

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