Question about Ford E-150
I can only think of two other things that could cause it not to get as hot as it should, Either there is a restriction in the heater control valve or the heater core is stopped up. If you drain your coolant and ran some radiator flush through it it might help. If I have help you please rate me... Thanks
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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