why would the heater on ford ranger go out

Asked by Oct 03, 2015 at 04:37 PM about the 2008 Ford Ranger

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heater will not work blows cold air

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Low coolant level, stuck open thermostat, etc.

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your automobile has had it my son could be a blown headgasket, check for back pressure on the cooling system on cold start.

Tom has a good point, but also there is a vacuum operated valve in-line on the heater core supply hose that can become stuck or vacuum line detach. I'm not sure what year this is, I think 1999 but will be similar or same, it is Ranger

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