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No heat in 1995 crown victoria, thermostate has been changed. the rad was flushed, Hoses top is warm to hot, lower is warm to cold , car is not overheating

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Feel the hoses that go into the heater core at the firewall,if both are hot,either a door under the dash is stuck shut or you need to flush your heater core by removing both hoses and flush with water hose

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That could be your problem.......... or your heater core could be plugged. The core is a mini rad that is under your dash. It takes in hot engine coolant and acts as the heat source. This mini rad sometimes plugs up from ordinary use. Deposits slowly gather up and eventually clog up this rad making it useless. This rad may need to be replaced. Even though your pipes going under your dash are hot, the flow is probably very very slow and not giving enough flow to create heat for you inside your car.
You maybe able to flush out the mini rad by waiting till the engine is cold, then disconnect both hoses under the hood going under the dash, blow out most of the coolant remaining in the heater core(if you can)( also be careful of your eyes) then block one of the lines and put some rad flush through the other line(use a funnel with a hose attached). Leave it there for a while then try running water through it with a garden hose. Be careful to not splash the rad flush fluid in your eyes(wear safety glasses and also wear gloves. Repeat if you feel. Try to flush out as much of the rad flush as you can before reattaching the hoses. Remember to add some coolant cause you will lose some. It would be better to add coolant to the heater core before you attach the hoses to get most of the air out of the system. Good luck

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It won't heat what would cause that?


ther are a couple of things that would cause this. im assuming that the blower is still working (blowing cold air) .if the blower is still working i would check the coolant level in the rad first. if the coolant level in the rad is good then i would check the thermostat. you can do this by getting the vehicle up to operating temp and checking the upper and lower rad hoses. if one hose is really hot and the other is cold or luke warm i would replace the thermostat. ( watch out for the belts when checking the hoses!)
if both hoses are the same temp the thermostat is probably good. from ther i would check the two coolant hoses that are going into the car (you should be able to see them on the passenger side of the engine compartment going through the firewall into the cab). same idea as the two rad hoses , feel the tempeture of the two hoses and if one is really hot and the other is cold or luke warm, then your heater core needs to be flushed out . any more questions just leave a message !

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I can,t get heat to work in side the car changed rad did flush changed thermostat still blows cold inside car


Do yo know if the heater core is getting Flow. when engine is warmed up. feel heater hoses hoing into and out of heater core. if both are warm then you have a blend door problem. if one is warm and one is cold and coolant is full and no air locks you have a plugges heater core. reverse flushing sometime works. otherwise it would need to be replaced.

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