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I have a 1989 ford bronco V6 the heater doesn't work, It works sometimes for just a minute and then goes back to cold. Help it has been 7 degrees when I take my kids to school and with no heat it feels really cold.

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Chances are your core is the problem.

remove the two hoses that go through the firewall and flush water through them both to clean the core. My 70 mustang did the same thing and I flushed the core and it works fine now.

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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