Question about 1989 Ford F 250
I put a new radiator and heater core about a year ago maybe a little more then that.The temp. outside is 11 deg. I have no heat it blows cold air.
I changed the thermostat and put 195 deg. in.
It did not help.not sure what to do now.Any help would be great.
As a test, restrict a good portion of front of radiator with cardboard. is the engine running at 195 degrees? if engine temp is good, verify that both heater hoses going to heater core are hot. maybe heater control valve.
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