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Tempruture gage goes up when i turn off heater

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Change your thermostat. Its cheap and easy to fix

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Heater runs hot then goes cold

Do you have a temperature gage in your instrument cluster? When the temp goes cold, does the temp gage rise? Check your coolant level both in the radiator and the coolant recovery tank under the hood, and fill as necessary. If that is OK, then check your serpentine belt for wear and/or slippage around the water pump. Lastly, if you have a temp gage and are noticing fluctuations in the reading, you may need to replace your cooling system thermostat. Good luck.

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Heater blows cold air


Very common fault on fords there is a resister under the hood at the bulkhead it has 2 pipes going into it and 1 wired plug, You guys have another name for this in the U.S but we call them thermostatic heater control module, it basically keeps the water at the correct tempruture coming into the cab heater core. they are fairly cheap and you can fit them your self although the 2 jubiless clips are normally a spring type you have to clamp toghther to remove that can be tricky if they are facing towards the car and not easy to get at. it sits right in the middle of the bulkhead and has 1 pipe going which should be cold and another coming out which should be hot, if both are hot or both are cold then thats the fault.

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2003 impala temp. gage goes high & low and no heat comes out of heater. it continues to cycle like this as I drive. When temp. gage goes up the heater quites.

Have u checked the coolant level? this type of problem useualy indicates the coolant is low, if it is low you need to have the engine cooling system tested for a leak, the coolant goes out somewhere.

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