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The heater doesn't blow hot, where is the thermostat located?

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Well this may not be thermostat is truck staying cool or is it running at regular temp if so its not thermostat what you need to do is find the heater hoses that come from bulk head AND GET TRUCK WARM AND TOUCH THE HOSE SEE IF BOTH OF THEM ARE HOT IF THEY ARE THEN IT COULD BE THE BLENDOOR MOTOR OR THE BLENDOR COULD BE BROKEN VERY COMEN ON THIS TRUCK BUT THE THERMOSTAT IS EASY TO FIND FOLLOW TOP RADATOR HOSE TO MOTOR AND THAT IS THERMOSTAT HOUSING AT THE END OF HOSE AT MOTOR END HOPE THIS HELPS

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