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Why does heater temp not change when temp dial is changed on a 98 Explorer?

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2008-11-09 03:28:03
2008-11-09 03:28:03

Most likely this is an issue with the blend door. This is a very common problem on the Explorer and a 98 is about due for the failure. Check heatertreater.net for diagnostic information and a fix.

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