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The blower motor resistor is likely what is causing your heater problem, and the misfire could be any number of things but a fresh tune-up and some new wires would probably do the trick

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No heat 98 ford f150


verify heat is in normal range using dash gauge. if its normal then good. if it is below normal, you may have a sticking open thermostat not allowing heat to build up enough for "hot" heat. but usually luke warm heat will be this issue.

If everything is fine with gauge heat, check the hoses going to your heater core with your hands. they BOTH should be hot. If one is hot and another is warm then you have heater core issues. If both are HOT then you may want to check your temp controls. either temp control may not be working or the door that changes temp may be stuck in the cold position... there are many things, but checking the heater core hoses are most likely going to reveal bad heater core.

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If you engine is missing then the following codes are this - P0320 Which is indicating there is a fault with the ignition system causing the miss.
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I reduilt my 98 F150 motor and noticed that one of my heater core hoses was not conneccted, Now I can not find where it goes. Need A diagram showing where they go.


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