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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The air from the heater core will be as hot as the coolant temperature of the engine. 80 Degrees is the opening temperature of the thermostat and that will be where it remains until the engine starts to work or the ambient temperature rises.
Thermostats come in a couple of different opening temperatures so check around for one that opens around 85 degrees if you want hotter air in the cab
Another point is to close the recirculating vent door to the cabin as the heater core is trying to heat fresh freezing air if it is open
Posted on Jan 09, 2015
I'd be looking for a bad connection or contact on the switch. Try bypassing the switch. If the lights stay on, the switch is faulty. You may be able to dismantle and clean the contacts, otherwise replace.
Posted on May 17, 2015
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