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No heat 98 lincoln mark viii

Replace water pump and thermost also flushed heater core all seem ok

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Sounds like you may just have an air column in the system.Try this,Remove the radiator cap,start the car,turn heat on high,wait for the car to reach normal operating temp,and add coolant as needed.(if you watch inside the radiator,as soon as the car reaches operating temp,the water level will drop,That is the time to add more)

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Its probably the blend door... First try this.... http://www.markviii.org/LOD2/emergency_heat.htm If that works you need to replace the door. http://www.markviii.org/LOD2/blend_door_repair.htm I suggest making the arm on the new one strong, reinforce it....

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