cool engine coolant on 1994 Mazda B3000

to lawrenceg/ leaking radiator/ thermostat,why not? also low cab heat

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My 94 B3000 had a broken hot/cold Switch, pretty much a wire broke off and would'nt switch from hot to cold till i Glued it back on. pretty easy to tell if its broke just compare how hard it is to Pull the other lever to the hot / cold lever. if it feels loose it might be your problem.
Did you have any of these issues before replacing the radiator and thermostat? If not, what was the reason for changing them?
leaking radiator.thermostat was an after thought/ also low cab heat
So you removed your original question, but I think you were saying that the heater is not getting hot.
I believe this vehicle has a heater valve, make sure it is working properly and check that the heater core is not plugged.