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2001 Ford F250, have no heat, blows only cold air. Have changed heater core, thermostat is working properly. Have checked and tried everything it seems and still no heat.


Hi Shannon, IM AL the owner of Big As Auto Repair.

Shannon, it looks like you have ruled out the coolant side not heating properly with the thermostat replacement and coolant flow through the heater core because you replace it as well. Let's first make sure coolant is getting to the heater core. Here's an easy way to check this issue. Start the engine and drive it until completely warm then park and leave the engine running, open the hood and check each heater hose that is connected to the heater core at the firewall. If both hoses are equally hot then the coolant is getting to the core and working properly. If one is a lot cooler then the other then you could have a heater valve on the system "OR" a water pump flow issue. BUT, if they are equally hot, then you most like have a heater door issue inside a/c housing. If the heater door is not working properly and staying on the cold side you will not have heat. Lets stay in close contact buy you going to my auto-repair-website and work together. Just click on "CONTACT US" and I'll work with you until we resolve this issue. http://www.bigasautorepair.com/

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Flushed radiator. Changed thermostat because prior to flush. engine wasn't heating up properly. During drive, the 1st step in flush procedure, engine heated properly and heater worked properly. Drained and...


Air in the system. Run the engine with the cap off, rev the engine up and this will help purge the air. Fill as needed and keep check on it for a few days.

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1997 Nissan 4 cylinder truck AC works excellent throwing snowballs cold air, then it will blow hot air. Relay switch and clutch has been replaced....Did not fix problem!


sounds like compressor isn't working properly or heater vacuum is opening vent to heater core.try turning on ac and if it cuts on and off repeatedly every few seconds the freon level is not correct or high pressure switch may not be working make sure radiator fan comes on when ac is on.if all this is working properly check vacuum hoses to heater may be opening vent doors to heater.hope this helps

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Heater slow to work


this sounds normal in very cold conditions! The air is never hot when you first start the car in any car, until the engine warms up, then the heater air will also warm. You could check your anti-freeze level for the first thing. If you don't have enough anti-freeze, it won't run through your heater to give you the proper heat

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Heater does not work properly. No heat at all


this is a common jeep problem a. k. a. a jeep thing . to fix the dash must be removed to gain axes to the heater /a/c box.replace p.o.s. temp control motor & your done.

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My 1992 chevy astro heater does not work properly


Make sure it is full of coolant, and the heater valve is functioning, it is locate in your heater hose line somewhere between the core and the engine. If these all check out make sure the damper that control air flow over the heater is working properly. I hope this helps.

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No heat


if the heater hoses are hot on both sides(indicating the engine is at full temp) and you feel the heat controller in dash is working properly, i would suggest disconnecting both heater hoses and backflush heater core with decent amount of pressure. if this improves condition but does not solve completely, heater core replacement is necessary.

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No Heat from heater


check your coolant level,
check to see if the thermostat is working properly
check to see if the water pump is circulating properly
check to see if the heater core is plugged
check to see if the heater control gate is working ( openning )

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