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Where is the thermastate on my 97 ford areostar van?

Heater blows cold where is the therastate located?

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No the cooling system would not have any affect on the battery.
If the engine is not warming up, the thermostat is in the water outlet where the upper radiator hose connects to the intake.

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SOURCE: heater blows cold air in my escort van

I take it the water level in the expansion tank is ok. You could have a blocked core in the heater. Also the heater could be leaking. You could try flushing the cooling system and checking for leaks and blockages.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Ford Expedition 2002 Front Heater blows cold air below 45 MPH

impeller is made of plastic on teh water pump and its slipping and spinning on the shaft renew before weather warms up as engine will overheat

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SOURCE: i drive a 97 ford expedition and the heater only

Check your blend door, check the actuator that operates the door, go to the middle of your dash and look down, find the black cover at the bottom, on the right side you will find the motor that moves the door, either the motor is bad or the door is broken, test the motor by removing it (should be a white square box held with 3 screws), and operating the temperature control while watching the motor drive, if the motor is good check the door drive it will probably be broken, use a mirror to see it, if the door is broken, to change it is a hard job considering that the entire dash must be removed. Hope this helps, let me know.

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SOURCE: 2001 ford focus heater blows cold air intermittently

CHECK COOLANT MAKE SURE ITS NOT LOW.IF COOLANT GOOD THERMOSTAT BAD.

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford explorer heater blowes out cold air

Check your anitfreeze level,.

and your thermostat if the level is OK.

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