Question about 1998 Ford Windstar
Assuming you do not leave antifreeze puddles everywhere you park, you most likely have a heater core problem. With age they become blocked/restricted, the upshot being no heat is transferred to the body of the core. Core looks and works like a small radiator, because it is, generally located under the dashboard inside the car above the passenger's feet. Most likely you will not want to do this yourself as these days often requires removal of the dashboard to get at it. So a dealer, or an auto radiator/air conditioner shop, is the place to get this done. I would go with a shop before a dealer as their labor rates will be much lower.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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