Question about 1992 Lincoln Town Car
I have replaced the heater control panel and put a new water valve on the car and i still have no heat, what else am i missing please help
Change your heater core
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
It looks like you changed everything involving the hot water. When the engine is warm, you should be getting hot water going through the heater core. By holding each hose from the heater core you should feel heat from both hoses. I did not see a new thermostat listed.
You need to also have the ductwork under the dash moving correctly. If you find that the water lines from the heater core are both hot, then you need the (doors) or flaps in the ductwork to route the heat inside. I do not see that anything was looked at under the dash.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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