Question about 2002 Ford Taurus
Check the heater flow valve to make sure coolant is actually flowing in and out of the heater core. With the engine at full operating temperature turn the heater control to HOT. Feel the hoses going to the heater core. One hose (Inlet) should be very hot and the other hose (Outlet) should be very warm. If the outlet hose is not warm then you have no flow of coolant. Check the flow valve.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
Je n probleme avec ma boite de vitesse de ma voiture mazda verisa 2004, j'ai perdu la premiere boite suite a etat de route,la deuxieme boite que je achete mes poses de probleme le troisieme vitese entre pas,nous avons meme change de l'huile mais le probleme persiste...
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