Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
1: MAKE SURE THE ENGINE TEMP. IS CORRECT 195*F
2: YOU CAN CONTROL THE VENT DIRECTIONS
3:COOLANT IS FULL
IF ENGINE RUN COOL CAN'T HEAT THE HEATER CORE/ REPLACE THERMOSTAT
IF CANT CONTROL THE VENT DIRECTION/YOU HAVE VACUUM LEAK (THE SAME VACUUM CONTROL THE HEATER BLEND DOOR)
IF THERE IS NOT COOLANT / HOT WATER CAN'T RICH THE HEATER CORE
START WITH BASIC CHECK BEFORE WE GO TO DEEP.
AND PLEASE GIVE MORE INFORMATION
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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