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My heater"s not working correctly

Its only blowing out like warm air i thought it was maybe the thermastat but after i changed that its still only blowing out warm air and i checked the hoses and one is warm i don't know if that means antthing but hopefully you guys can help

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  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    is it a 5.0 lt.

  • e_ric40 Jan 13, 2009

    it's a 5.9



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Sounds like you have a eater core plugging up

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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    Rudolf Diesel Jan 13, 2009


    Thanks for the info!

    I would so a flush on the coolant system.

    sounds like the heater core is plugged up.




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