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Heater blows cold

My 1997 ford f-150 heater blows cold, cant find the heater control valve.

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    Ford F150 1997. Lost pwr to raise/lower window and wind shield wipers stopped working also. HELP!!

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Have you followed your heater hoses from engine to firewall for possible inline before core?

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