I am having the same problem, it is been a week and half, heat went out, now it is blowing cold air and temp is going hot and normal, but once a day and when idle for 30 minutes it doesnt go hot

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Asked by Jan 19, 2015 at 10:52 AM about the 2004 Ford Freestar

Question type: General

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Check your coolant level. Typically you will get cold air when you are low on coolant.

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Ok I will check it

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what kind of coolant should i buy

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I think it is yellow for fords, go to the auto parts store and tell them what you have and they will give you the right kind. It should be mixed 50/50 coolant to distilled water. you can buy it this way or mix it yourself.

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