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1994 ford explorer. takes a long time for heater to come on. Starts to warm up then goes cold.

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It sounds like you may need to replace your thermostat. I am not very familiar with the explorers but in my experiences, there are high performance thermostats that open at a lower temperature. This is to keep the motor running cooler but it does affect the heater. Try that, i hope that helps you.

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