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My heat will not blow any air. The only time I get

My heat will not blow any air in my 2004 Ford E-250. The only time I get heat is when traveling at high speeds. Please hurry, I'm freezing!

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It clearly sounds as though your thermostat is hanging open and not allowing the coolant to be properly heated to temperature. Also make sure your fluid level is up to specs. Thank you, Dana

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