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1999 ford taurus

No heat or air. this winter replaced radiator,heater core, several thermostats,water pump,and changed head gaskets, still no heat. now no a/c, system is charged with no leaks. could the temperature control door inside the heater/a/c box be stuck or malfunctioning and cause problems with both systems like this?

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    The heater nor a/c works

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It could be but if i where you i would check all the fuses

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Well you can either have a problem with either radiator outer {dust/dirt in outer core of radiator or clogged up inside were water goes, or soft hoses,blowen head gasket plus a few others ,but first go to garage to were you blow up your tyres and use the air hose and blow out the radiator core where the air goes in, 2 drain out radiator water and then refill with water at 1 ltr at a time and then check your info car book and find how much water the radiator takes ,if it dosent take all the ltrs then the radiator is blocked inside.
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Check the vacuum lines to make sure they are correctly connected and in good shape. If they are not, then the system wont move the dampers to allow hot air into the heat vents. A second possibility is a clogged heater core, which is not allowing hot water to circulate through it. As you say the head has been replaced, I would have someone insure every thing was reconnected correctly. It could be the hoses to the heater core are reversed!

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