Question about 1996 Ford Contour
This symptom usually goes with a bad throttle position sensor, is your check engine light on if so go to advance or autozone they will check the code for free. it could also be the MAP sensor, but this would be secondary. a shop can test the voltages on the sensors to see which is bad. good luck james. this is jusst the most common problem for that symptom, there are other things that could be wrong but check this first
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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The heater core is located above the gas pedal on the drivers side. You have to remove the gas pedal assembly first. Next there is a plastic cover over the heater core tubes held with a screw. Finally release the clamp holding the two aluminum in/out tubes to the core. Push the tubes slightly forward and out of the way. With a little effore it will slide out and the replacement can slide back in.
Hope this helps, James Booth
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