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Heat/AC doesn't blow in 88 bronco II

I have an 88 Bronco II and the heat/AC doesn't blow and the heat doesn't get warm at all. Windows fog up and now there is a strange smell in the car while driving. Help!!

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  • Kdevine57 Feb 04, 2009

    I have an 89 ford bronco II and have no heat! after vehicle warms up, heat works but soon cools off. I have changed the thermostat, flushed system, backflushed the heater core, and serviced coolant. The floor on the passenger side does not get wet and the defroster does not cloud the window. Can the heater core still be the problem. The 89 bronco II does not have a heater control valve, so this isn't the problem. HELP!

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If you have checked everything else, and your coolant system appears to be okay, try this.
Reverse the intake and outake hoses where they enter the firewall. All this does is reverse the flow through the heater core and will not harm the engine. Try it, it worked for me. Now I have more than enough heat. Let me know if this works for you.
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Sounds like a bad heater core , your coolent may be low , check it out and add if needed . this will not fix your leak but you might get so heat untill you can check out the heater core

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