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Old 24 Dec 2009, 11:19 am
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Default 01 Civic EX heater problems

Hi, I am usually pretty good with Honda problems... but this one has me completely stumpped. I have a 2001 Civic EX, my heater is blowing out hot air from the top vents, but cool to warmish air from the bottom foot vents. Anyone know what could possibly be causing me to be getting cooler air from the lower vents?
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