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Your 1997 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer is blowing cold air when the heat is on?

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2005-10-22 13:53:01
2005-10-22 13:53:01

It sounds like your heater core may need to be flushed after time sediment may build up and block the flow of coolant through the heater core

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