Question about 2003 Ford Windstar
The unit in the back has its own heater core. That's what i thought the clunking was.It has to clunck to go into heating mode.It shuts off the airconditioner The clunk noise just gets louder with age because the strip around the door wears off. The unit in the front has it's heater core is underneath the glove box real hard to get to. In other word's it has two heater cores. That's why i suggested just reversing the hoses and just flushing till you could afford heater core replacement.
God Bless Greg
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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