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No front heat

My front heat does not work, Just blows cold air, I have changed the heat nob and that did not help, Also checked the flaps that adjust the air flo both work fine, it just blows cold air like it is on ait conditioning, Both water lines at the heater core are warm, the rear heat works great, what next?? This is a 1997 Ford F-350 Club Wagon

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  • jca1595 Feb 16, 2009

    rear heat works fine no front heat has new heater core

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Are you sure the temperature door is moving ? I have seen the door break or the actuator not move. It is either the door or the actuator.

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