Question about 1998 Ford Expedition
Check coolant level. If low ten fill it up. This should solve your problem. The only other thing may be your heater core may be clogged. If so then pull heater core hoses on left side of fire wall and attach a garden hose to one side and slowly turn on water. you will probably see a lot of rusty colored water come out. lastly if this is the issue then flush system and add new fluid as well as change thermostat. Easy fix.
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