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2004 ford explorer changed heater core still no heat in front but heat in rear

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SOURCE: 2004 Ford Explore - Rear Windows

WINDOWS ARE STUCK IN THE WEATHER STRIP. START VEHICLE HOLD SWITCH DOWN AND HIT THE INSIDE OF THE DOOR PANEL NEAR THE BOTOM. WINDOW SHOULD COME DOWN. THEN LUBE WEATHER STRIPS .

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SOURCE: Rough Ideal on 2004 Ford Explorer

Open hood and listen for vacuum leak sound. pcv hose is most likley cause.

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SOURCE: Changing front brake pads on a 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

I'm guessing you have disc brakes in the front of the Explorer. If so, you need to unscrew the two bolts that hold the caliper on.(they'll be either hex or allen bolts) If the caliper does not slide off, take a C=clanp and slowly back the piston down on the caliper. This should free up the caliper so that it can be removed. Make sure you grease the slider pins for the caliper when you reassenble.

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SOURCE: 99 ford expedition front heater core location

I have a coolant leak inside my expedition and it is coming through the vents does this mean that it is the heater coil

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SOURCE: 1999 Ford Windstar 3.8 no heat

If you have a knock or clicking noise behind the radio, it is the blend motor. The blend door is spring loaded and the gears in the blend motor are "stripped". The door is spring loaded so that the door is closed to the heater core. About 2 hours to replace and a lot of bending and stretching. You don't have to remove the dash, but all of the trim, radio, and controls will need to come out.

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All my heater vents blow air when heat is on, but only the front gets warm air...all rear vents only blow cold air no matter how you have the heater set...not sure what the problem could be.


there is a diverter valve that lets hot water from the engine into a heater core, which is a device like a small radiator, which heats the air when it flows past. there is probably a second heater core for the rear. the valve for that one, or the switch or relay to control it is bad.

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pull back the carpet on the passenger side and check for moisture, if it is wet your heatercore is bad. if no moisture and both hoses going to your heater core are hot it is possible the cable operated door is failing to open. this link should help in both cases http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairguides/Lincoln-Aviator-Ford-Explorer-Exp-Sport-Exp-Sport-Trac-Mercury-Mountaineer-2000-2005/Heater-Core/Removal-Installation/_/P-0996b43f802e40b6

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With your front heat working the most likely cause for the rear heat not to work is that there is an obstruction in the line that is preventing the warm coolant to get to the rear heater core or the rear heater core itself is plugged and not circulating. Another possible cause could be low coolant level where the system has enough coolant to provide the front system with enought warm coolant but not the rear system. Hope this helps

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