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1988 Ford Crown Vic. Both heater hoses are hot, but no heat at all from heater. Temp control, seems to work a cable o.k. under the dash. Does the blend door, work by a cable, or vacuum? This is a LX car.

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Make sure you have vacume too the control diapram

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