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I have no heat in my 2003 ford explorer - 2003 Ford Explorer

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  • dhuscha Nov 18, 2009

    where is the thermostat on my car how do i check to see if heating coil is clogged



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One or more of:

1. You're low on coolant
2. Your thermostat is bad
3. You heater core is clogged.

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