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My father and I have replaced the water pump, thermostat, and the heater core and there's still no heat circulating

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  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2008

    thermostat stuck open

  • eglasgow Dec 16, 2008

    I had the thermostat, water pump and radiator changed on my 01 trroper, it worked right for two days, then it reverted to overheating as before. What's going on?

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  • duginator Dec 17, 2008

    I am just barely getting heat in my 1988 Cressida. I took in to my shop and they replaced the thermostat but that did not help. They are saying it is probably a clogged heater core or a problem with the heater control valve. Heater core replacement is around $600 done by the shop which is more than I want to pay. The job is probably more than I can take on doing myself. A friend who is a mechanic said to try disconnecting the heater control valve from the vacuum pod to bypass the control valve and see if it is the problem.

  • kilroy100 Jan 09, 2009

    i have also replace thermostat, heater core and water pump and also my 1988 ford bronco II will not warm up

  • Jamie Heppner
    Jamie Heppner May 11, 2010

    Did the thermostat go in with the large copper end going into the block? The bulk of the thermostat must go in towards the engine. The side with out the spring should be facing out.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    water not circulating through heater core

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Sure there isn't a control valve inline to heater core?

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