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2004 Freestar Heat not working in front and back.

The heat is kinda warm in the city but, when you go down the highway it gets cold and stays cold. I tried head gasket sealer and it didn't work. Father-in-law thinks fan may be kicking in to early and keeping engine cool.

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Change the thermostat and your problem will be fixed.


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Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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