Question about Mitsubishi Pajero
Hi Paul, as far as I know ther is none. Heating is controlled by air flaps in the heater unit, and the flaps are operated by small motors. Flap operation can be checked with a MUT II tester (Mitsu) or iCarsoft i909 tester
If you have no heat or too little, possible reasons are:
- heat exchanger blocked/partially blocked by old coolant sludge (do you have clean fresh coolant?)
- Air pockets trapped in heat exchanger
- flap or temperature sensor malfunction (both these can be tested with one of the above mentioned testers
Regards, Winfried (Austria)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Taurus doesn't have what is called a heater control valve,are you reffering to the remote climate control module,the one that the vacuum lines hook to? If so it is behind the glove box. Just open the glove box and press the 2 clips on the sides so it opens all the way up and it will be located right behind this.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
The heater core is on the passenger side under the dash within the heater airflow contoller box. If you had Xray vision and could look straight through the glovebox, then you would see it. The heater control vale for the water flow is on the passenger side top of the engine near the firewall. It will have a domed top with a vacuum line to it and it is placed into the heater core supply hose.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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