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No heat coming out of the heater at all

Cooling is working but heating does not work at all for my 1998 Ford Taurus. I can hear both fan and motor working but only cold air coming out of the vent when it's set to heat.

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You need to replace your heater core !!! then you will have heat for sure.

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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The very first thing to check is your radiator full . when you coolant level is low this is one of the first signs.
if the rad is full let me know and we will help you with more tests

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