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The heat in my 98 subaru GT is blowing cold air.

When i turn the heat in my 98 subaru GT its blowing cold air. What is the problem?

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Sometimes the flap (door) thats controlled by the switch for heat or air will get out of wack. this is a tuffy because all that is behind the dash. you could pull it out or try under it to see if your switch moves correctly.hope this is of some help

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