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2000 s type jaguar has no heat

I have a 2000 s-type jaguar. My vehicle is not giving me any heat on the inside of the car i just got the thermostat changed and the problem is still there. The blowers are pushing out cold air only. I made sure that the temp was set correctly and the problem is still the same.

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It will probly be the heater tap that is down by the radiator. It has a 3 pin plug with 2 control solenoids on it. If you can connect scope and check is switching to earth set heat around 19 deg c. If that is fine the tap has swollen seals and the only way to fix is to replace.

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Either your heator core is plugged or the control on your dash is bad. The control for hot and cold selection.Bring the car up to temperature and feel around for heat near the passenger side of the floor board under the dash. If you feel heat on the panels then the problem shouldnt be the heatercore it will be either the vaccume control switch or the computer control switch that makes the flap switch it from hot to cold. DONT RUN THE BLOWER WHEN YOU FEEL FOR HEAT. It will just keep the panel cold and you wont feel it. Put you ear down by the lower dash and switch it from hot to cold while listening. You should hear the flap switch sides from hot to cold. Good luck!

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