This sounds like a Blend Door problem. The problem is that the blend door in the plenum is stuck in the A/C position and will not reposition to allow heat. There are two possible issues. 1: The Acuator has snapped off (plastic breaks) 2: The Blend Door is broken (plastic hinge broke) There are related articles to fix both of these conditions
2 radiator hoses / the top radiator hose comes from the engine thermostat / and the bottom radiator hose returns to the engine water pump
The thermostat is located on the front of the engine, between the upper and lower coolant hoses.
The thermostat is located on the back of the engine. It is located close to where the radiator hoses attach to the engine.
thermostat is located between the rad and the engine under the throttle body inside the aluminum thermostat housing which has two screws holding is together and three medium size water hoses come out of the thermostat Housing.Undo the three clamps holding the three hoses to the housing then the thermostat housing will come out,then unscrew the two screws holding the thermostat housing together then you will find the thermostat.
your thermostat is inline with your radiator.. its in a junction coming off the bottom radiator three hoses plug into it.
Have you replaced the thermostat? The water in radiator should not be boiling! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Is your cooling fan/viscous clutch working ? (Helpfull)
Waterpump, thermostat, radiator, radiator hoses.
Follow the radiator hoses one leads to the water pump the other leads to the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing hold the thermostat all you do is unbolt it romove old thermostat and replace with new one.
there are two hoses coming from the radiator. the one on the bottom has the thermostat at the end near the back of the engine.
Normally the thermostat is located at the point where the upper radiator hoses connects to the engine.
The thermostat is commonly located on the front of the engine. It can be located where either the upper or lower radiator hoses connect to the engine.
i have two thermostats on my 1990xjs follow upper rad hoses they run to the thermostat housings
Thermostat is located on the passenger side of the engine. If you look where the two hoses are going from the radiator and the resiviour this part comes out and the thermostat is located underneath.
The 5R55E transmission wasn't used until the ( 1997 ) ford Explorer , it is an electronically controlled transmission so there are no vacuum hoses In a 1996 Ford Explorer , with the V6 , the 4 speed electronically controlled 4R55E transmission was used , it also doesn't use vacuum hoses
# Disconnect neagative battery cable # Remove the air cleaner,tagging all hoses as they are removed # Drain cooling system until level is below the thermostat # Disconnect the upper radiator hoses from the thermostat housing # Remove the thermostat housing bolts and separate the housing from the engine.On some models the alternator mounting bracket will have to be disconnected first # Lift housing off and remove the thermostat
Upper radiator hose.
driver side of engine where in/out radiator hoses connect.
check or replace thermostat
look to the right of the engine you will see the water hoses connected to it
The thermostat on a straight 6, 4 litter Jeep Cherokee is located on the very front of the engine. Just follow the valve cover to the front of the engine and you will see the thermostat housing it has two heater hoses coming out of it (one to the radiator and one to the heater core). Simply take out the bolts holding the housing on and remove the heater hoses and the thermostat will pry right out.
Bad thermostat would be the first thing to check. After that, heater core. I tried replacing the thermostat. No good. I moved to the heater core. Diconnected the hoses and ran a garden hose into it to "flush" it and a bunch of black stuff came out. Hooked it all back up and works great. Not sure where the black stuff came from but it was apparently keeping the coolant from flowing and heating properly in the core.
The easiest way to find the thermostat on any vehicle is to follow the upper radiator hose. The thermostat will be right where the upper rad hoses connects to the intake.
the heater hoses usually lead away from the thermostat and go into the fire wall. On the other side of the firewall is the heater core. the top hose on the radiator goes into the thermostat most of the time
The Ford puma thermostat housing is on the side of the engine, with two hoses connected to it. Be sure to replace the gasket when installing the housing.
The thermostat is not in the lower radiator hose of a vehicle. Thermostats tend to be placed at the end of the lower radiator hoses, not inside them.