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Change radiater and heater radiater i dont have taurus 98

Chang e radiater and heater radiater i dont have heat in the car

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Have your heater core flushed. Works like a charm every winter when I do it.

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1997 ford Taurus 3.0 6cyl. Has not heat


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I have a 2000 Ford Taurus my blower is blowing fine the heat is coming out cold i have recently changed my theromastat and the heat is still blowing cold


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I BLEW a heater hose in my 1998 ford taurus .. just want to know how hard is it to change and if i should flush the radiator after?


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How do I change a thermostat in 2003 taurus?


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You may have a fuse issue if the fan isn't blowing any air. That's an easy check and fix. Autozone might check it for you.
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99 Taurus heater not working.


sounds like you may have an air bubble trapped. Try loosening the radiator cap & running the engine at 1500 rpms till the thermstat opens & see if you can "burp" the air out. You may lose a little coolant this way. shut off car & recheck coolant in radiator and reservoir bottle. Just because reservoir is full, doesn't mean radiator is full.

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1999 ford taurus


it could be but if i where you i would check all the fuses

Jun 08, 2008 | 1999 Ford Taurus

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