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Well... the last 2 days things are better, but still not 100%. I suspect there must have been some air in the line after the core was replaced.. and it took a couple of day to work itself out? so it's definitely better, but not fixed completely.
I now get a good amount of heat if i set the temp to 'HI', or even using the 2nd highest setting (82 deg). The lower settings, however; have been erratic. Today I set it to 80.. and it was coming out cool/barely warm. but if i upped it to 82, it would produce hot air.
I'm wondering if the coolant bypass valve is simply sticking, as PME suggested.. and not opening all the way? or could there be a problem with the ACC controller..?
I don't think the stepping motors/flaps are an issue, as I've stated previously... as the air temp is the same from all the vents on both side, top and bottom..
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