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how long does everybodies ranger take to warm up

I timed mine today and it takes 8 minutes. it was in the mid 70's today. seems a little long to me?
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mine takes about 5 mins before its warm enough to throw heat
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What Year truck? Your previous thread said you had 13,000 miles? is that correct?

if thats so, you are fine.
It will take a longer time to warm up when your just idling, if your driving it. it will warm up faster.
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