Question about 2005 Ford Ranger
There are 2 things right off the bat I need you to check. first is to warm up the truck, and turn the heater on. check the hoses going to the heater core. is one getting hot? if not, then follow it back by the engine and you will see a valve with some wiring. that's the heater control valve. it may be stuck shut. try replacing that. if the line is getting hot, then you may have a clogged or damaged heater core. that is under the dash on the passenger side. also check to make sure the vent system is opening at the heater core. this works off of vacuum(little rubber lines. it may also be stuck, you should be able to hear it open and close when you turn the control to heat and back. hope this helps. let me know if this isn't it, and we'll try something else
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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