This summer, I purchased a '99 Taurus. It was running great with a few minor problems here and there. However, as the weather has gotten colder, it has developed an issue with getting up to the proper running temperature (it is running very close to cold...closer when it's colder outside). Last night it was down in the 30s outside, and I drove for two hours at 55-65 mph, and the temperature gauge was still reading cold. I have had the thermostat replaced, and the heater core has been flushed multiple times. The mechanic that has looked at it is not sure what is wrong with it. I'm at a complete loss as to where to go from here. What should I do?