Question about 2000 Ford Ranger SuperCab
From your description it sounds like your engine is overheating. Make sure you have enough coolant in the radiator and the coolant reseviour. Check your hoses, radiator, and waterpump for leaks. Have your thermostat replaced if it needs to be. If you can't get hot air from your vents when the engine is heated up it most likely means your water pump impeller is broke and it's not circulating coolant.
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