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The heat in the cab works fine for a day or two then stops the blower works fine and the temp control goes up and down ok. 07 ford f-250 diesel when its not working it just blows cool air

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First you should check your coolant level, if it is all the way up then i would suspect a faulty temperature control door , here is a link i use to fix these fords all the time http://www.heatertreater.net/Ford%20F250.html

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