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1993 ford taurus no heat

Blowing out cold air has a new radiator and fresh antifreeze do not know if it is the heater control valve and it's location or the climate control or if the heater core is clob

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  • prbesh Nov 22, 2008

    ihave a 92 taurus with no or very little heat

  • reynold_sarn Dec 16, 2008

    same issue, blows cold when idling, heats up when RPM increased.

  • ctak10 Jan 06, 2009

    1993 ford taurus is not blowing air at all.

  • hoss10186 Jan 22, 2009

    Over heating blowing cold air, Put new thermos stat in , took water pump off looks good.

  • ming2v Feb 02, 2009

    I have a '92 Taurus. The warm air is just not blowing into the car. I can feel the warm near the dials on the dash and the fan works fine, but no warm air is coming in under the dash. The A/C works fine. It had a leak in a pipe behind the dash and to fix it, the whole dash panel had to be removed. Could this have caused the heating tubes to be not connected or blocked?


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If only cold air comes out it would be the t-stat

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It is the mixer motor located under the dash.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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