Originally Posted by Indy
Even when you fix it, keep in mind that Ford's are notoriously slow
to heat. My dad used to let his '64 Mercury warm up in the driveway for 15 minutes, before going anywhere in the winter... in NC!
- '68 Mercury Monterey
- '79 Ford Bronco
- '89 Country Squire Wagon
- '93 Mustang GT (purchased NEW!)
- '95 Mercury Gran Marquis
Different eras, different engines, and they were ALL slow
to heat up! My '92 Ramcharger has a stuck blend door (a/c blows great, heat DOESN'T) and it still
gets warmer, faster
, than those 5 above COMBINED!!!
So when you fix it, and it's STILL slow to heat, than it's working JUST fine