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No heat in my 1999 ford taurus

I had the heater core replaced thermosa hoses reserve tank and flushed still not heat i was told it's probally the head gastet and that would run between 1300.00 and 1700.00 i had this since new need's nothing else it does'nt run the gauge hot just ice cold air luke warm then ice cold again 122,000 miles on it should i fix it or what can't afford another new car help help

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  • Mveronikas Feb 01, 2009

    I have the same problem! NO HEAT!!

    So frustrating...We replaced the Thermostat...was not that...replaced the gasket...was not that...

    Also replaced the hot and cold dial...was not that...

    I put some stop and leak in there for the radiator and hoses...was not the prob..?

    So I'm pretty stumped..


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It will be your water pump, the impellers will be corroded off, just like mine were.

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Those cars were also notorious for the turbines rusting off the back of the water pump causing poor water flow. When the car has been running check the upper and lower hoses to make sure the are both warm. If the cooling system was in very poor condition before this work you may also have a plugged up radiator. Keep track of your coolant level for blown head gasket. Also check your oil regularly for milky color. This is a sign of coolant getting in to oil.

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