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How to remove interior engine cover
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The gauge can very well be "lying" to you.
As a precaution, I would do a routine cooling system service on it. This includes completely flushing the coolant, replacing the thermostat and radiator cap (believe it or not, a bad cap can cause issues too).
On the few Fords I have owned, mine were always in the middle, or to the left of the middle.
Motor homes should run cooler actually, beings as they tend to have heavy duty large capacity cooling systems.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
You should check the coolant level as it might be a low and only have enough for the front system, if that is not the case then the hoses to the rear of the vehicle may be plugged or the rear heater core itself may be plugged not allowing warm coolant to circulate for the rear heat system.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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