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Old 12-03-2009, 10:52 AM
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E-150 heater problems

Hey, here and looking forward to getting some good answers
The heater in my 1998 E-150 has not been working lately at all. There was one day a couple of weeks ago that it started working and it worked good for the day but by the next day it stopped. Where is the first place that i can start at to get this resolved?
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Old 12-03-2009, 01:23 PM
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I don't own a e 150 but let me start for you. can you be more specific about what no heat means is the blower working, is your temp gauge working and does it show if the temp is normal. you should feel the rad and heater hoses and tell us what ones are hot. you should check that the coolant is full and air is purged out of coolant system. etc.
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I just noticed you posted in the wrong forum you should probably repost in the correct one. and personally it helps me if you had a detailed profile like i do so i can see exactly what you have on your van and where you live for temperature reasons. welcome to the forum
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Old 12-04-2009, 07:33 PM
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Ok, so i finally got my vehicals loaded and still trying to learn my way around.
Yes the blower is blowing and as far as i can tell the temp gauge is working. unfortunately it is too late to check the others and it is too cold right now. will check those tomorrow and let ya know.
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