Join Date: Sep 2010
Drives: 2002 Taurus LX
Rep Power: 0
I just went through this. and just got it fixed. every situation seems to be unique and its difficult to tell what the problem is because theres about 3 or 4 options. since you replaced the pipes, you couldnt do a flush. if you flushed it, it wouldnt solve anything because the heater core is probably clogged and the slots in the core are too small to allow liquid to flow through to clean it out. so you need to have it replaced or take 5 hours of your own time and remove your dashboard and figure it out yourself. I got lucky and found a guy on craigslist who was a ford technician who did it for cheap, and now i have blazing hot heat. Not many places replace heater cores except dealers, and they charge an arm and a leg and a half.
OOOORRRRRR, your blend door is f***ed.
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