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The heat does not work in my 94 merc. villager, it won't even blow air period for that matter, but it seems to have power running to it any suggestions?

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Check all fuses and the antifreeze level and check the condition of the drivebelt and make sure the thermastat is not sticking

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My 94 Merc Villager has been overheating and I have no heat coming through heater. I had the system flushed, thermostat changed. Water pump checked okay. Mechanic says engine is the problem and needs...


You have air trapped in the engine and heater system. very common on today's engines. You can try burping it yourself, or go to a shop that can flus your cooling system for $60 and refill using a vacuum system that purges all air by sucking it out. Then you have to keep reservoir full to keep it from sucking air back in. Temp gauge should read on the "A" in normal on the gage.

go here and read files on how to do yourself. it's hard to do.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

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hi, i think your heater motor is faulty this is a common problem on mercs, hope this helps

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You have an air pocket trapped in the cooling system. This is pretty common on this vehicle due to the fact the heater core sits higher in the vehicle than the top of the radiator.
To correct this jack the front of the vehicle up or park it on an incline. Remove radiator cap then run it until hot,run rpm up to about 1500 and watch bubbles in radiator then top it back up with coolant until u see a steady flow thru radiator.

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You have an air pocket in the cooling system. To bled it out you will have to park vehicle on an incline or jack up the front end untill the radiator cap is higher than the heater core. The remove radiator cap and run engine until warm then hold rpm to about 1200 rpm's and top off coolant level until you have no more bubbles.

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1.maybe your thermostat is no opening or closing.
2. not enough Ant-Freeze
3. Low on water

With more details on the engine i may be able to help you more. for example what is the temp reading after it idles awhile or does it blow warmewr when driving ?

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