Seems the heater core bypass pipe provides a path of lesser resistance for the anti-freeze. eckr United States #18 Oct 10, 2010 smercly wrote: Also I see that the hose from RADIATOR on its way to the core forks off at one point into 2 separate Start and run your engine and watch for coolant/water being pumped from your water pump. since the car has the bypass on it, something tells me ford knew about the problem and didn't bother doing anything about it. http://camtronics.net/ford-taurus/1999-ford-taurus-ac-not-working.html
I suspect the initial heater core flush was not successful or effective, and so you still have a restrictive / plugged heater core. LC Re: No heat in 99 Taurus VAMan 10-24-09 For two years I have been trying to get heat in my 1998 Taurus. On the outside, it looked like new. We had a LOT of problems with brown coolant and loss of heat.
Then I flushed the heater core for and backwards. Re: No heat in 99 Taurus Brad 1-22-07 I DID IT!!!!!!!! I would simply reccomend flush the core with hose and if that doesn't work change the water pump..
After reading the letter mentioned above, I verified that the bypass was already installed. I flushed the core forward and backward and got a lot of junk out. Then the car blows very hot air. 2002 Ford Taurus No Heat But it sure as hell doesn't have water coming out of it.
Had a 97 Taurus overheat and shutdown on the Interstate about a year ago. 2002 Ford Taurus Heater Core I drilled 0.25" clearance holes on each side of where the cut was, and matching tapped 1/4-20 holes in the metal brace. The Center for Auto Safety just made the NHTSA (US Government) make public the full text of all TSBs from now on. It is slanted and is held in by a few screws.
The other day on our first cold day I turned the unit to HOT. The driving time can be intermittent and over a period of several days. 2000 Ford Taurus Blend Door Actuator Well I will say that I really wish I would have read this thread before I started working on this problem, might have actually got somewhere! 2001 Ford Taurus Heater Problems You do have to remove lots of plastic screws that attach the dash to the metal braces (the screws often point towards the rear of the car.) After the new heater
Re: No heat in 99 Taurus JULIE WILLIAMS 11-30-09 99 TAURUS NO HEAT CHANGED HEATER CORE THEROSTAT FLUSHED ANY IDEAS Re: No heat in 99 Taurus john binder 11-20-09 this contact form I had already replaced water pump flushed etc. Re: No heat in 99 Taurus John 1-10-06 My boy has a 99 Ford Taurus and he has experienced the same problems you are having. Once I get moving the heater blows warm air. 2000 Ford Taurus No Heat
We also drive a 2002 taurus Judged: 28 10 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! still no heat!! Now I've replaced my thermustat and flushed the radiator. have a peek here I have even removed that silly bypass hose for the heater core.
Driven with slow leak for month (topped off twice). 2001 Ford Taurus Heater Control Valve I was loosing antifreeze, then I discovered a small hole in one of the pipes against the firewall. checked radiator fluid..
Replaced Cap. The metal line on the driver's side fire wall. Hope this helps Re: No heat in 99 Taurus Wild 11-13-08 Check the water pump. 2002 Ford Taurus Heater Control Valve Is this a safety setup of some kind?
DOLRED 15,383 views 9:27 No heat quick fix free diy - Duration: 14:17. you now see the heater core. With Time Lapse. Check This Out You may want to flush the core before you go ripping the dashboard apart.
I noticed that the car took awhile to warm up. Thanks so much! FordTechMakuloco 144,598 views 5:00 Ford Taurus - No A/C - Duration: 40:48. Re: No heat in 99 Taurus - SOLUTION jaedee1 1-6-11 Ok, this poster probably may have done Ford a huge favor by figuring out this culprit -- saving them from having
The heater core was fine,but after a closer look,I suspected a blockage aft...(Rear of...to the rear of the car) of the thermostat where the sending units are. One thing I am not clear on is how does the steering column get disconnected to come out. this is the way the older cars were run and worked great. After extensive reading (mostly internet forums) I decided the water pump must be the poblem.
haven't gotten into trying to fix it yet, sounds like a nightmare already, maybe i'll just burn the piece of s*%t, then i'll get some heat! - Mike R., Nichols, SC, EForceBTW...I am an aircraft inspector...Had to start some where though!!! I looked the problem up online and supposedly there is a second damper behind the instrument panel that happens to ber faulty in many ford Taurus'...which cannot be fixed unless i Now I have two problems, have to flush heater core hardcore, or replace, and find out why the electronics in the blend door actuator are not working. 3 out of 3
I just removed the hoses on the heater core and stuffed the hose on one end...then the other...repeated for a while.... OK, I hope this helps many of you folks here. bought the car for the wife, who drives my son around with it (7 months old).