Question about 1990 Lincoln Town Car
The inlet to your heater core is dead center of your firewall and 7 inches down. There will be two hoses. The inlet hose is on the right as your facing it. About 8 to 10 inches before the firewall as you follow the inlet hose back towards the engine, there is an inline valve with two wires attached to the top. This valve opens when heat is called for, and allows flow through the heater core. This valve is known for sticking shut. To check it, get the engine warm, turn on your heater, and feel the hose on bolth sides of the inline valve. If its hot on bolth sides you're valves ok. You can also check your flow through your heater core by feeling the outlet hose to the left of the inlet hose. If thats hot your heater core is most likely ok. I have the same car and have a problem with the heater not getting hot. My heater core checks out ok. I think the problem is with the blendor door not directing airflow through the heater core. GOOD TIMES!!!
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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