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Old 12 Jan 2011, 01:55 am
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Red face 98 Civic heat/defrost problem

I bought my civic slightly modded from a kid this summer, now it's winter and I'm finding even more of a wiring nightmare than what I've already fixed. The heat takes at least 20 to 30 minutes to get warm, it hardly blows out at all on all 4 speed settings, and the rear defrost doesn't work at all. I've already replaced all fuses, radiator fluid is fine, and there's no odd noises or any weird issues. My only thought is the heater blower, but I'm hoping that's not it. Any other ideas? I'm hoping I don't sound dumb, this is my first honda, and I love it but I'm still learning about it.
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