Why is my heat blowing cold i flushed my heater core an it's still cold
1999 Ford Ranger

Why is my heat blowing cold I flushed my heater core an it's still cold

(1999 Ford Ranger)
My heat isn't working but it's blowing cold I flushed my heater core an it's still cold
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on October 29, 2019
Is the hose going into the heater core hot and the hose coming out cold?

Cold air can come from an engine that is not getting hot enough, a cooling system restriction in the heater core area, a heater control valve that is faulty restricting heat into the core, or a temperature control issue in the vehicle climate control system.
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on October 29, 2019
Is the hose going into the heater core hot and the hose coming out cold?

Cold air can come from an engine that is not getting hot enough, a cooling system restriction in the heater core area, a heater control valve that is faulty restricting heat into the core, or a temperature control issue in the vehicle climate control system.
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