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This is my first post so please bare with me. I have a 90 Chevy Camaro RS 3.1L. 171k and counting with the mileage. I am having problems with not getting heat out of any vents in the car. I live in Florida so I haven't really needed to use the heat since I got the car 2 years ago. But of course the one time I need it, all I get is cold air. If anyone can help me trouble shoot this I would really appreciate it. I don't want to be nickle & dimed to death from a shop. The first thing I'm going to try is a radiator flush being as I don't believe it's ever been done and the fluid looks like rust water. Any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks for your time

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When you flush the radiator, remove the heater hoses and flush the heater core, bet you will get a handfull of crud out of it.
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