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Heater wont heat up

1998 frod tarus my heater will not work in my car the defroster work the 2 hose coming from the wall one has water going in, the other one water going in or out. Can you please tell me what I can do to get my heater working.

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  • una_dulzura_ Dec 15, 2008

    There is not antifreeze on the floor everything works defroster fan the only thing is no hot air is coming out.

  • blueflamesho Dec 23, 2008

    My husband put in a new thermostat and it still wont heat up, I wait on end to defrost the windows or take the chill outta the air, he has added anti freeze also and still no results what could be wrong? Oh its a 2001 ford taurus. thanks

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    We have the SAME problem! We have 1998 Ford Taurus Wagon,
    And we have replaced the thermostat, fixed the head gasket, and fixed the leak, and in the resevoire( spell check) pan, the water just sits there. It's not going up near the heater core. And we have no heat what so ever.

  • trujewellers Jan 08, 2009

    My car the fan blows cold air... I have to drive the car for about 1/2 hour before it stops blowing cold air...and then the air is cool... never heated... could this be my thermostat?...If so where do I locate it to change it?

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Is there not any antifreeze leaking into the passenger floor-board?
if there is then its your heater core.
if there is not check to make sure that the wires haven't come off of the heat selector box, you will have to take the dash apart if it is the heater core so make sure to check this first.

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  • Josh Boyer
    Josh Boyer Dec 15, 2008

    did you check to make sure that the heat selector on the dash is connected and working properly?

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