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2005 kia spectra ex less than 130,000miles. No heat only cold air. Everything else is working, but no heat. No fuses are blown, new thermostat.

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May have blocked heater matrix try back flushing with hospipe remove both hoses going to the heater and flush out both ways the other issue could be a dist flap stuck or servo motor problem try flushing first if no good remove facsia panels around heater unit check wiring/connectors on servos give the motors a tap with a screwdriver handle or similar which may release the stuck/jammed flap or motor

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