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John Chamness
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10/26/2003
21:18:55

Subject: Body Lift Affect Heater?
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My heater doesn't work. I turned it on for the first time about two weeks ago, I have run it for as long as thirty minutes with no sign of warmth. I know there could be several reasons for this, but I was wondering if it could possibly be because of my body lift added earlier this year. I was hoping you guys could confirm or deny my first thought on the problem, tell me if it is possible something happened because of the lift that I could check myself, or is it something else. Thanks in advance for any input.



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10/28/2003
16:40:44

RE: Body Lift Affect Heater?
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I don't see any way that it could be the body lift. I don't know what year your's is but on the GenIII there should have been anything taken apart that would affect that. I guess you could check to make sure no heater hose has been kinked but if this had happened you would probably have an overheating problem too. I think you need to look somewhere else besides the lift kit. Sorry I couldn't be more help, maybe someone else knows something I don't. Hope it goes well.



John Chamness
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10/29/2003
13:19:16

RE: Body Lift Affect Heater?
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Thanks for the reply. I ordered a new thermostat, hopefully that is my problem. I was just wondering if it could be something abnormal from the lift. Again thanks for the reply.



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10/29/2003
13:26:41

RE: Body Lift Affect Heater?
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I agree that there shouldn't be any correlation between the body lift and your heater problem Hope you get it figured out!



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