what is the proceedure to replace heater valve and what i kind of time frame on 1996 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup

no heat in the cab

by in Livingston, LA on November 11, 2011
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2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , November 11, 2011
could be thermostat, low coolant level, mode door failure or a clogged heater core. any one of these could be your issue. get a shop to check it for you. Roy
COMMENT by , November 12, 2011
i replaced the thermostat this morning, still no heat. pulled out the heater core and checked the mode air mixing door from cool to heat and it was working fine. replaced the heater core and that seemed to be the problem. thanks everyone for the help
ANSWER by , November 12, 2011
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