Question about 1997 Ford Taurus
CAR IS HEATING UP VERY SLOWLY FAN KEEPS ON BLOWING COOL AIR FOR LONG TIME.
I would suspect a couple things. if the engine is not running at correct temp. 195 degrees or so. replace thermostat and recheck. if engine is running at normal temp and is not overheating at all. would suggest flushing heater core to see if helps. if not then heater core replacement may be necessary these ford cars and trucks are notorious for poor cooling/heating systems due to the coolant used
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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