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Heater i have a 2001 ford explorer sport and the heater blows cool air, last year I had to replace the heater core and this winter the heat has gotton cooler little by little and now blows cool air only, the temperature gauge and the fluids are normal and help would be appreciated, thank you

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There may be an air lock in the system, Have you toped up the anti freeze lately?

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