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No heat in my 1999 taurus

I have no heat in my 1999 taurus. I have flushed and refilled the antifreeze. The temperature gauge seems to be in normal operating range. I have good vacuum. I have taken the glove box out and I can see lever movement when I turn on the A.C. and when I turn it off. How can I check the heater core?

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    no heat and just changed out my coolant. gage is all over the place. How do I replace thermostat

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Replace your water pump. i had the same problem last week. the impeller was rusted away. now it heats really well. the pump isn't hard to replace at all. when you buy your new pump, draw around the pump on a piece of card board marking all your holes. when removing your old pump, remove the bolt and stick it in the pattern. now you will know where each bolt goes back. good luck, brotha bill

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If you can touch it see if it hot if not change it out

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The heater core may very well be plugged and in need of replacement. a repair centre can confirm that.

Robert

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