Question about Ford F-150
Now if I'm moving I have heat for the most part. But if I stop I have no heat. Where is this coolant possibly going?? Plus it is winter & I need heat. Thanks
Since the coolant is disappearing, there is a leak and the operating controls for the heater are probably working. Its the lack of coolant which is affecting heat levels.
Go to a Website called aboutautomobile.com and look up your year,make, and model of truck. They have a section about Technical service bulletins, consumer complaints, and recall info. If you find a TSB number there may be a course of action for you to take.
If the head gaskets are leaking into the engine, it can cause this problem. See what is available for fixing this the right way. If nothing is helpful you can try sealing compounds. Because these glue-like compounds get into every area the water reaches, its a toss-up over whether you will clog something up. But you get what you pay for, the more expensive types can work.
What you are trying to do is save from opening the engine and an expensive repair bill.
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