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04 thunderbird no heat

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  • todd forehand Jan 22, 2013

    The problem may started back in the summer, sometimes the A/C would blow hot air on the passengers side and sometimes on both sides I could turn it off then back on everything would be okay. The heat just stopped working all at once.



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Maybe your thermostat

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