Chevy Truck Heater Not Working?

I replaced the radiator and thermostat in my 199 1500 Chevrolet pickup. The climate control wasn't working properly so I replaced that. The air is now blowing fine, but I have no heat.

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October 1, 20170 found this helpful

Some reasons a truck heater won't work are:

  • Low coolant level on a vehicle due to a coolant leak
  • Thermostat that is stuck open.
  • Plugged or leaking heater core.
  • Heater blower that is not functioning.
  • Blend doors that are not functioning.
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