Question about 2002 Ford Taurus
Ok...this is an intersting problem, as if it is happening the way that you say....how does it get the heat in the first place.......as it tkes 2-3 minutes for the engine to warm up to normal operating temperature.......i would check first that when engine is warm or hot...turn engine off and feel both the top and bottom radiator hoses and they should be the same temp...next feel at the 2 heater hoses going in behind the firewall...again, should both be hot...if one is cold or colder than the other, this will be a blocked heater core....or internal engine.......aqlso it could be the cause of the blend-door which mixes the hot air and cold air, as you change the temp of the air that you want on the dial......let me know what you think
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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