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I have a 1999 mercury villager, it's main problem is that whenever i turn the heat on to 1,2,or 3, the fan doesn't work but when i turn it to 4, it blows out the warm air which is fine

I have a 1999 mercury villager, it's main problem is that whenever i turn the heat on to 1,2,or 3, the fan doesn't work but when i turn it to 4, it blows out the warm air which is fine, but why doesn't it do anything when its on 1 2 or 3? can you help me out here? thanks

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The control switch is broken & needs replacing

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SOURCE: 1999 mercury cougar only blows cold air, no heat.

if the car is overheating the thermostat is stuck closed if the car is not overheating the heater control valve may need to be replaced

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SOURCE: Heat blows cold when car is idling

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.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

SOURCE: no heat in 97 mercury villager

your heater core may be getting blocked up, or the thermostat may be stuck open at times. you have a few options here, option 1 and 2 cost about the same, option 1: have the thermostat replaced just so you know its working properly, a 97 will most likely not have a telltale way of knowing if the thermostat is bad or going bad. option 2. have the cooling system flushed at a shop. this will try to clear out and debris in the cooling system that may be blocking passages or the heater core. option 3 is the most expensive. have the heater core replaced, the heater core is what provides heat to the hvac system in the dash. a few other things to check would be vacuum lines/actuator/temperature door on your hvac system.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: ac problem with 1999 mercury sable

most likely a broken blend door or blend door motor, the dash has to come out to replace this.hope this helps and good luck.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Low Heat on 1999 Mercury Cougar

I had the same problem with my 199 cougar 2.0 4 cyl.
The problem was air in the cooling system.

I had to bleed the air out of the system, and now the heat
works much better.

I put a flushing tee between the back of the thermostat and
the heater core, and made sure that water flowed out of there.
Then I disconnected the small hose from the top of the coolant
resevoir, and poured water into it using a funnel until the coolant
level started to rise in the coolant resevoir. Then started the car, left the radiator cap off, and let it come up to temperature (thermostat open)
then over a period of about 5 minutes, periodically "goosed" the engine to clear any remaining air bubbles.

The heat is MUCH better now.

Posted on Oct 23, 2009

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related to the codes

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condition.

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what they do,how they work & how to test them

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todays technology to a repair shop

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