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I have no heat coming to the cab except for when I'm driving. And its snowing here, and its hard to keep the windshield de frosted. Any ideas?
 

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What is a surge tank
 

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1997 is the year, and just replaced the thermostat yesterday, and the only thing I noticed was the engine seems to warm up slightly faster. May be my imagination though, lol
 

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If your talking about the coolant cap, no because i have good pressure.
 

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Any other ideas before I throw Ford the keys and tell them to figure it out?
 

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Heater core? It's behind the glove box
 

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How would I test it?
 

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Could pressure the line going and see if the return is spitting back out, usually when mine go tho they drip in the cab, and smells like antifreeze, not sure of a sure fire way to test, but they cost like $20-30, and easy enough to change figure if you replaced the rest of the system already that's the best spot left
 

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I didn't get to check the heater core just yet, but is it possible that it could be a vacuum issue?
 
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