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    No Heat inside

    I've an mk4 (99T) astra Ls and my heating has packed up!!!
    It has been tempermental for a while now, but has finally given up the ghost.

    I have read post's that say it could be the heater matrix then some say it is the thermostat............Can anyone help me?

    Thanks, john

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    if the thermostat is stuck open ur temp guage will hardly move as the water will continually circulate. matrix sounds like the problem.
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    I've seen some on ebay........but some are for air con fitted or not.

    Does it matter which i fit? As my air con is shot anyway.

    Cheers, John

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    Toms1989 had a similar problem, his thermostat stuck open, so he got no head what so ever when the car was moving, yet when the car was stood still there was heat. Like mentioned above, the temps on the guage would hardly move, untill stuck in traffic. However if i remember right his thermostat cost £40 odd from Vauxhall, as it has a sensor in it or something. but it should be an easy fix. I would say drop him a PM but he's on holiday at the moment
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