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Sounds to me like you got a few problems.

If its the heater core, its your coolant, NOT your freon. If your heater core is clogged, you generally won't get heat. It might also be something like the blower motor or the unit that switches between hot and cold (don't remember the name).

NOW, if its freon, you can just put some R-134 (I think thats right) into the A/C condenser thing and that will solve the freon portion of your problem....

But A/C and coolant.... different beasts. There is a way to check your heater core.... the hoses should be hot that go in and out of the firewall. If one of them is cold and the other hot, your heater core is clogged.... Can anyone confirm me on this?
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