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I dont have much heat in my 2001 ford taurus, can u help?i have replaced thermostat,checked for plugged heater core, and lines,coolant levels checked,not sure what to do next.

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The electric cooling fan could be running all the time, or at least running more that it should, thereby not letting the engine reach normal temperature. There is a thermal switch that tells the fan when to come on. It is probably bad.

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A no heat concern can be caused by several things. First check the coolant level. You will see a cold fill level and a hot fill level on the expansion tank. Be sure that the level is correct. Next, with the vehicle at operating temperature, feel the coolant hoses going into the heater core at the firewall. One should be hot and they other should be close to the same temp. Use caution, the exhaust manifold is close to these lines. If you have heat at the heater hoses then chances are your thermostat is working correctly. If no heat at the heater hoses, you could have a thermostat that's stuck in the open position.

If there is heat on only one side of the heater core, the core is plugged which is common on this year Sable/Taurus. I've had luck removing the heater hoses (careful not to damage the core tubes) and backwashing with a garden hose. Be sure to recycle any anti-freeze. You will see obvious debris/sludge. Reassemble and check for heat, being sure to purge all air from cooling system.

If there is heat on both sides of the core, the concern is inside and more detailed diagnosis is needed. Good luck.

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Check the level of the antifreeze (coolant) in your reservoir. If it is just a little low, it will not flow properly through the heater core.

If the coolant level is ok, check the temperature of the hoses going in and out of the heater core. Your Taurus is not equipped with a heater control valve, so there should be hot coolant circulating through the heater core at all times. If one hose is really hot and the other feels cool or cold, then your heater core is most likely clogged with corrosion and debris. (If this is the case, I recommend a complete cooling system flush)

If both hoses are hot, then there is a problem with the blend-air door inside the car. It could be a broken door or a malfunctioning blend-air door actuator.

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check coolant level, not enough coolant you won't get heat. if the fluid is full then you may have a problem with blend door actuator or a clogged heater core.
run your engine until hot then feel the hoses go to the heater core
if one colder than the other then you have a clogged heater core

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My 2001 ford Taurus heating temp gauge is not constant on dashboard. It goes up and down. I don?t have heat. Water pump, thermostat, in and out pipe and coolant are changed. Still no heat.


Start the engine when cool, remove rad cap and start engine and let it run with the heater on. (not defrost) Top up coolant as needed in rad, and let it run until either the rad fan comes on and off 2 or 3 times, or you can see increased flow in rad from thermostat opening. It will obviously happen after it reaches operating temperature, so watch after gauge gets close to there. Wait until you see that flow 2 or 3 times or fan comes on and off before you put cap on, and fill return bottle to proper level as well. That should cure it, by getting air out of system, and coolant flowing through heater core.

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