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No heat in my 1996 lincoln town car

Had electric start installed in my 1996 lincoln town car now i have no heat can it be related

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  • thejazzman Jan 13, 2009

    yes it blows air on dfefrost and floor when i put it on air and put temperature to 90 it blows a little warm .The Temperature Gauge is at Normal Temperature and both hoses that go in to the fire wall By the heater core Are warm. Thank you Tony thejazzman@optonline.net

  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    Was it Profetionaly Installed ? If Yes and the Problem Only started After the Instalation Return to Installer and Explain the problem and Insist They Correct it. So Answering Your Question Yes It Can be related. May I Ask a few Questions?


    1. Does it Blow ANY air?

    2. Do you feel Warm slight air?




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Then it is Possible Installers Utilized Wires from Hvac system for remote start and it may be Interrupting AMPERAGE with Temp Blend doors ? if not Try a Higher rated Thermostat such as 195 degree ratting.

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