Question about 1965 Ford Mustang
To verify you have hot water going into the heater core, remove the two hoses for the heater from your engine and see if you have water running through the core. There is a possibility that your heater core is plugged. If that is ok, then your next best thing is to check your cables running to the heater to verify it is not broken. Lastly, check the heater switch to blower motor resistor on the front of the heater box. It may be broken.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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