Question about 2003 Ford Ranger Regular Cab
The engine temperature in my Ford Ranger would not rise, hence a very cold ride in October in Canada. I replaced the thermostat assembly. Sure enough the old assembly was broken. Having replaced this assembly the "Check Engine" light is now on (where was that when the thermostat assembly was broken) and there is still no heat. Any thoughts on how to solve this mystery?
The thermostat warms the engine up faster when it is cold out. if no heat in the cab make sure you heater core is hooked up and when you turn the tempeture knob from blue to red it opens a trap door under the dash to let the heat in from the heater core and some have a valve in the heater hose opened and closed by a cable.
Posted on Sep 23, 2012
Is the blower blowing? if not could be a blown fuse or bad blower. If the blower is working make sure your coolant level is full, If both of theese things check out , you may have a vacume line loose somewhere that controls the duct witch controls it to change to defrost ,vent or hot to cold.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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