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Old 10-19-2005, 08:51   #1 (permalink)
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Car wont heat up to normal????

PLEASE help with heat


I have a 93 ranger 3.0 v6, i have a problem with my heat, it takes my truck forever to heat up and the needle barely every makes it to normal even if i drive for an hour it seems to always stay just below the word "normal" it just wont heat up. The heat is not very hot usually just mildly hot after about 20 mins down the road. I have a brand new radiator,newer heat core, new thermostat (3rd one to make sure). Does anyone have any ideas what i can do?? Someone told me that my fan might kick on too much?? any ideas? i would really appreciate any help its my only car and i dont have much money because i am in college and struggling would really love to have heat for the cold NJ winter tho


-thanks Jay
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