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My 1993 Lincoln Continental heater only blows cold air. What could be wrong?

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If this has the automatic climate control, there is a sensor on the passengers side down in the AC/Heat passages by the blower, it measures air temp and adjusts accordingly. Another thought would be the door that should close for heat is stuck or you have a vacumn leak or a bad actuator. You have to remove the passenger compartment shield that is on that side to get at these items.

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