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MY CAR WONT BLOW HEAT - 1996 Ford Taurus

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  • nichl4 Dec 17, 2008

    did that work? I have the same problem with my taurus however I changed my thermostat and it still doesn't work!

  • gooboy Dec 18, 2008

    I have the same problem. I already installed a new thermostat and it stilll blows cold air.

  • shadetree9 Dec 21, 2008

    My 99 has the same problem. If the car is coming up to temperature then the thermastat is not the problem. My car puts out a little heat on the floor when the fan is on low , but gets cold when air is changed to anything else. Have checked the door actuator and that is working fine. Any other ideas? Vacuum? Broken blend door?

  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    car has heat,but no blower,no manual with car

  • mgyder Jan 01, 2009

    I have he exact same problem, the blower is blowing just fine, just no warm air at all.

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    myheateris cold air whats my promblem

  • isaak goldman Jan 03, 2009

    I have the same problem with 1999 ford taurus. The fan blows cold air. If I switch control to a cold and than to a heat with fan speed low, than I can feel a liitle bit warmer air coming out.

  • hitchings Jan 03, 2009

    Same problem, Heat gage shows normal engine temperature. When I feel the hoses that go through the fire wall and the bypass hose, it is like this. Hoses leading to and from the fire wall and the bypass are hot to the touch, the elbows going into the fire wall are cold. No warm air in the cabin does not matter what setting the fan is on. Help

  • domi1975 Apr 10, 2009



    When I used to start my 4 Runner, the heat would come out in just a few minutes. Now, it takes about 10 minutes to get heat, and only after I have been driving at a pretty constant speed. If I stop at a light, the air cools. Anyone know what to do to fix this? Thanks!

  • Curt Downs May 11, 2010

    Is the fan not working at all, or is it just blowing cold air?

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The problem is A small device that is called A (blend door actuator )it is located on side of heater core under the dash its A small white box with wires coming out of it .it opens the valve so coolant can run through the heater core.
you can open it manualy with ascerw driver by pushing the temerature control door shaft that is located behind it up.this is only temprerary fix until you replace this part.

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If its blowing cold air it is probably just your thermostat. Its very cheap to fix and if you know anyone who knows anything about cars, chances are they can do it for you, its farely easy.

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Sounds to me like the Tempeture Regulator relay or air control relay on your blower motor. If you have heat and no air flow...Most likely the Blower Motor, located around your heater core (Depending on your Year and Make).

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