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I have 2004 buick century. This winter I have been having trouble in getting proper heat output from the heater. What could be wrong

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Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com Could be low on coolant, could have a problem with the thermostat, could be a ventilation problem.Take it to your local authorized Buick dealership or an ASE certified techinician who specializes in Buick GMC vehicles for a complete inspection and diagnosis.

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