Question about Ford F-150
First, make sure that there is hot coolant circulating through the heater core. You can do this by feeling the heater hoses where they connect to the core. Both hoses should be hot. If there is hot coolant circulating through the core, then your next task is to find out why there is no airflow through the heater core. Check the doors, particularly the blend door, to make sure that they open and close as they should. If there is hot coolant in the core, and airflow through it, then you will have heat.
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