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No heat My Taurus blows cold air unless going at a higher rate of speed such as the Interstate, then it will blow warm air occasionally but never really warms up the car. If sitting at idle it never warms up at all. Temp gauge reads in the right area. Direction vents open to floor or defrost like its supposed to. Any help?

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  • viavictus777 Dec 23, 2008

    can it be flushed or do you have to pull out the core

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I had a sort of similar problem earlier this year in my 2000 Taurus. The solution for me was checking the levels in the radiator and filling that up to the right level.

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Some Ford products have a problem with particles cloging up the heater core. I would start with that.

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