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Heater not working

I have a Ford Mondeo TD LX Estate and the heater only blows out cold air. Could it just need a new fuse or is it more serious?

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Check coolant idd but there is a small airvent on the hosses that run into the car that you need to open to bleed the air.
Or let the car run for a few min without the coolant tank cap on to try and get the air out. Good Luck

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Same problem here as well.anybody who can help with his or her experience

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Check the coolant level its probably low

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