How to Replace a Heater Core in a 2001 Ford Ranger?

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It needs to go through a drive cycle, drive it about 40 miles, should do the trick! If not take it to the dealer and see if there are any updates for the PCM!

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Try googling the parts and see what prices come up. Good luck!

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1993 ranger has a shut off on the passenger side under the carpet next to the hump close to the fire wall
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