I'm confused. Re: No heat in 99 Taurus Aaron 1-13-07 After flushing the system myself and replacing the thermostat, still did not have heat. Any suggestions, my husband thinks the heater core it completely gone, I also agree can't afford to take it in to fix it. But the heater core we have has no hose on it. http://camtronics.net/ford-taurus/98-ford-taurus-heater-not-working.html
Mark helpful 40 Report Marc answered about a year ago No use. Consequently, the cooling systems in those cars with that particular engine would be contaminated with rust. bought a bit of gasket sealer..it came with the gasket... just trash that sucker and replace it.
I ran stop - leak for hoses and radiator... That is a safety bypass. Replacing the thermostat was easy - replacing the waterpump is a pain in the rump. if the level of the antifreeze is below the appropriate arrow, add some WHEN THE CAR'S ENGINE IS COLD.
My mech showed me the water pump and related corrosion crap they flushed out of my daugher's care when they did the work. Now if it pours out from the first time you put the garden hose on then its not a blockage. I read about the cooling systems becoming air locked. 2002 Ford Taurus No Heat What next?
Mark helpful 750 Report pb731 answered 2 years ago Could I just disconnect hoses from heater core and flush there? 2003 Ford Taurus Heater Problems Can someone please help me out! Most Taurus's without a thermostat, or with a stuck one will not output any heat. Remove the bolts connecting the glove box from underneath.
My 99 is doing the exact same thing: only get heat with raised engine speed. 2002 Ford Taurus Heater Core So replace the thermostat if no good. Warmer at higher rpms. Messy, toxic job.
FLUSH AND FILL PROCEDURE NOTE:POSITION THE VEHICLE ON A HOIST WHERE A GARDEN HOSE CAN BE USED AND COOLANT CAN BE DISCARDED. I have done the following things. 2000 Ford Taurus Blend Door Actuator Make sure plugs do not rotate when tightening retaining nut. 33) Install new screw clamp on lower radiator hose. 2001 Ford Taurus Heater Problems thanks again Re: No heat in 99 Taurus ShariPTo 9-25-08 First I want to thank all of those who came before me to solve this problem.
Mark helpful Your Answer Add photo Photo (optional) Related Questions heater blowing out cold air . http://camtronics.net/ford-taurus/2004-ford-taurus-heater-not-working.html I have even removed that silly bypass hose for the heater core. Share your thoughts with the world Share on Facebook Now Don't show me this message again today. Sumali · 8 months ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse Your problem may be as simple as replacing a fuse 2000 Ford Taurus No Heat
The motor had only a 100,000 miles on it. Good luck!!!!!! I'm new here just had to share my experience with 2002 Ford Taurus heat problems I resolved myself. his comment is here Had the fire wall hoses/harness changed and now the heat has returned (around $250).
A year ago, I installed an "EVERCO" heater control valve in the bypass line, controlled manually by a choke pull off cable from inside the cabin, by the driver. 2001 Ford Taurus Heater Control Valve 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 Allow your engine to cool off.
It seemed to be working but just wasn't opening enough. Sponsored Links 12-25-07,11:51 AM #2 Rschrei518 Member Join Date Apr 2006 Posts 269 I Have the same exact problem on a 2001 ford taurus and have not been able to fix Hard to get at and an expensive fix. 2002 Ford Taurus Heater Control Valve It didnt seem restricted to me.
Rating is available when the video has been rented. Mark helpful 345 Report mrvanwinkles answered 2 years ago pb731 - Some are able to clamp (carefully) short bypass hose with, for example, needle nose vice grip style plyers. If you have a no heat situation, you can follow previous posters inspection processes, but when it comes down to it, to fix properly, you will need a new water pump, weblink Login to DoItYourself Username: Password: Forgot username or password?
Am tackling the problem this weekend Ack. Blockage someplace. so i flushed heater core again, no change in the heat. I am tired of cold feet.
We welcome your comments and suggestions. I wanted to be sure. You may want to flush the core before you go ripping the dashboard apart. Isn't it a Pity...Beattle George http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drCKvCL9 ...
NOTE:DO NOT OVER TORQUE. 32) Tighten core plug retaining nuts to 3.2 N.m (28 in-lb). This is real puzzling. I was thinking that this sounded like a restricted heater core. My guess: waterpump, and I only have 39,000 miles!
Go to the other side and do the same. It seems, as stated above, that the water pump impeller can rust and deteriorate becoming a major source of coil-clogging debris. Re: No heat in 99 Taurus Bill Sanio 10-31-06 I have a 1999 Ford Taurus SES Wagon.