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Old 12-05-2005, 15:07   #1 (permalink)
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Car wont heat up

I have had problems with my 93 ranger (3.0 v6) heating system lately. I just changed the T-stat (95 deg) and flushed out the system, i flushed the heater core(1 year old) and it was cleaaar. the radiator is about a year old too.

My problem is that the car wont stay at normal temperatures, it takes forever to heat up i have tried driving it 15 miles while beating on it and still barely can keep it on the "N" of normal. The heat wont come out hot either after a looong time it may but even so on full blast it is still luke warm at best.

ANY IDEAS WHAT I SHOULD DO???


thank you for any help its very cold here in Jersey right now

-Jay
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Old 12-15-2005, 14:42   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Car wont heat up

If your thermo stat isnt defective then it sounds to me like you may have a computer problem. Dose the engien itself stay at normal temps or is it just your cabs heater?
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