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2006 Pontiac Montana SV6 Front heater only blowing warm. Rear heater blowing cold.

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First off make sure the thermostat settings are set the same on the control panel for both front and rear units if thats ok it could b a few possibilities. 1 pluged heater core in rear 2 blocked heater hose try looking into these and see if it helps any

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