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I have an 2001 lincoln truck and i have no heat in my truck and it's cold

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I had the same problem. Apparently it's really common. Check your coolant level. If it's fine, then it may just be that you need a new water pump and thermostat. However if it's low and you replace it, yet it gets low again after a week or two, then it's your heater core. All three are easy to replace and don't cost much in labor, you just need to make sure you go to the right mechanic because a lot of mechanics afre clueless when it comes to lincolns.

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