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My heat doesn't work in the front on my 1999 ford windstar

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You will have to service your cooling system including the heater core which supplies heat to the cabin. Also, if you have not had your thermostat replaced, now is a good time to do it before it malfunctions.
A heater core replacement may be needed.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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Look for a vacume hose that is disconected, under the hood or under dash, (hint) you will be able to hear it.

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i hope i was able to solve your problem,

pls rate me..



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