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My villager is not putting out heat and it is over

My 1999 mercury villager is not putting out heat and it is over heating. It has been looked at 3 times in 1.5 years and every time I am told it is a air bubble that locks up the cooling system. I have asked multiple times if they think it is the thermastat. They tell me it is not. How does this get fixed?

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Change radiator cap.and then if doesnt fix change thermostat

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I have 1999 mercury villager i replaced water pump thermostat still over heats was wondering if it could be the heater core cause i dont have heat in my van and the temp in my van gets up to the red

Try chemical flush on radiator, be sour hoses are clean. After you flush it, warm it up remove the cap and see if the fluid is circulating.

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I have a 1999 mercury villager with no heat is there anything I can do till find a heating core with inlets and outlet pipes

Hi Shawn,your thermostat may be stuck open,not letting your coolant heat up.check this's a link on how to replace, GET 25 GIFT CARD FOR EVERY 100 SPENT ON ONLINE SHIP TO HOME ORDERS After removing,look at it,it should be closed,to see if it is working,boil water to 180 degrees with thermostat in pot,it should open at 180,remove from water and it should close,if it's doing this,then it's good,is your water pump working properly,no leaks.Here's another link to your heater core, GET 25 GIFT CARD FOR EVERY 100 SPENT ON ONLINE SHIP TO HOME ORDERS I am fixing to replace my heater core in my 85 Nissan 720 truck,did it 10 years ago,my heat still works,but my windows fog up super fast,which means it's leaking,can put my hand on the carpet by the heater core and feel coolant,it's a job.

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Need to change the heat blower and can show a photo of where it is

try looking behind your glove box,in the back inside the engine compartment

Dec 26, 2012 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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I have no rear heat in my villager the front heat works but it doesn't get very hot.

You might make absolutely sure that there is plenty of antifreeze in the radiator, and the overflow bottle is full to the brim.

Dec 18, 2010 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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1997, Mercury Villager, NO HEAT. Flushed radiator, flushed heater core. Has a rear heating system, is there an additional heater core and maybe a valve in the rear heating system?

you have air trapped in system. If you could hang van like a deer in a tee, you could get the air out. Go to a sho with evac/fill equipment and have them purge the air. You are about 3 qts short of full

go here too. read cooling system files.

Nov 27, 2010 | 1997 Mercury Villager

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My villager is not putting out heat and it is over

You have classic air trapped in the cooloing system. Go to a shop that has evac/fill equipment that will flush and fill your cooling system for $75.

Tell them you want the air completely out.

go to our site and read files on this topic. The problem is that the radiator cap is lower than the coolant chamber is the engine cylinder head.. If you could get van at 45 degree angle uphill and loosen radiator cap, you might be able to burp the system.

go here for help

Mar 22, 2010 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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Over heating already replaced thermostat

possiable radiator not getting a enough flow, or you may have blown headgasket

Oct 24, 2009 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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