Question about Lincoln LS
If the car is reaching the proper operating temperature, you either do not have heated coolant circulating in the heater core, or the air control in your duct system is not circulating the air thru the heater box. To see if your heated coolant is circulating in the heater core, you can feel the 2 hoses that go thru the fire wall on the passenger side of the car. If both are not getting hot, that is your problem and the likely culprit is the valve that allows the water to go into the core. If they are both getting hot then your problem is with the airflow. I hope you find this very helpful! Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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