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No Heat I have a 2000 Lincoln LS and I have no heat, we thought it was the resivoir cuz it had cracks in it, tried to fix it and it didnt hold so replaced it. Let the car run for 30 min with the cap off in case there was a bubble in the hose, nothing. The blower works fine but no heat and dont know what to do now.

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Mine was same. took it out to hiway and ran it at 5 grand for about 10 minutes. Now it works like new.

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Thermostat stuck open!

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