Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
IHAVE A '97 EXPLORER WITHOUT ANY HEAT. ITS BEEN ABOUT 1 AND HALF WEEKS NOW AND NO MATTER WHAT I TRY TO FIX THE PROBLEM DOES NOT WORK. I DID A FULL FLUSH OF THE COOLING SYSTEM CHANGE THE THERMOSTAT AND YET NO HEAT. I HEAR THE BLOWER MOTOR GOING IS THROWING COLD AIR BUT WITH LOTS OF FORCE. THE HOSES GOING IN THROUGH THE FIREWALL FEEL HOT SO I WAS TOLD IS NOT THE HEATER BOX (CORE). WHAT CAN IT BE?,PLEASE HELP
There is a inline val.. that works off of vaccum this val is close and you will not get heat when it is close it is on the inline the pin that work it usely breaks
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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