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The first step in a heater temperature issue is to see if you have a coolant flow or HVAC issue.. To do that you need to get the engine to operating temperature and feel both heatercore lines going thru the firewall to see if they are both equally hot. If both are equally hot and you can't hold our hand on the hoses then you have a HVAC internal issue meaning your blend door is likely bad.. If you can hold the lines and one is hotter than the other then you have a coolant flow issue and I would first disconnect the heater core lines and flush the heater core out with a garden hose in both directions until it flows the same either way then reconnect the rubber lines and re-test..
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