Question about 2002 Mercury Sable
When I try to turn my heat on the blower comes on but only blows out cold air I was tlod that the problem could be in the switch itself could this be my problem
this is a helpful diagram to show where everything is....
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
I Replaced heater core, thermostats, and coolant. Water pump in good working conduction. But my heater was still blowing luke warm and cold air. What I did was pinch the by pass line with Part # 77-4002 Hose pinchers from NAPA
The heater in my car went from 80 degrees to 110 degrees. This is from the vent and not in the cab of the car. Now there is a big difference. Sure hope this helps somebody with the same similar problem I had. Ooooh don't forget to remove the hose pincher as the weather warms up (Summer time)
I was told that the Mercury/Taurus was over engineered, and that the reason why the heater is the way it is...COLD...
Here is a link on the Hose pincher tool
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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