Question about Lincoln Navigator
Is there a thermostat for the heater loop the same as for the radiator loop on your car cooling system.
1 some cars have thermostats to keep the water just round the engine when the engine is cold and then they open as the engine gets warm to get the water cooled it seems that the water is not coming to the heating circuit so there maybe a thermostat valve that is stuck in the closed position and needs replacement
2 alterativly the heat control lever mechanism is stuck in the cold position and needs to be freed up or the control valve replaced.
3if the system is electrically controlled with no manual levers for heat control then a fuse may have blown or some other electical problem in the heat control mechanism.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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