What should you check first if you have no leak and changed the thermostat in 97 escort and have no heat?
I had no heat in my escort either. A new thermostat, cooling system flush, new heater core, another new thermostat, ect. but nothing worked. Still only slightly warm air from the vents. The thermostat housing has a thermostat bypass in it. This bypass is always circulating coolant through your radiator. I plugged mine off with a thermostat gasket and now my car heats and blows hot air with no complications. Good luck.
There could be several things wrong with the system that the thermostat gauge is connected to. You could check to see if the gauge is working correctly. If the gauge works fine, then it could be the housing that the thermostat is mounted to. It could also be a faulty bypass valve near the thermostat which prevents the engine from heating up. Check these places to see what may be wrong with your escort.
I have a 1994 escort have replaced thermostat but still losing water and having trouble starting. What else could be wrong?
If the engine is taking a long time to warm up or the gauge registers low heat the thermostat probably is stuck open and needs to be replaced. If the engine runs hot check the temperature of the upper radiator hose. If it's not hot the thermostat is stuck closed and should be replaced. If the upper hose is hot it means the thermostat is open and working. Cooling problem could be restricted radiator.
The temperature rises to 84 degrees but the thermostat is set to 74 the thermostat was changed a year ago and a friend of ours just changed the relays switch What else could be possibly wrong?
It could be one of several things... 1. Check that it is the correct thermostat for the unit. It may require one that is a millivolt thermostat. 2. Check that the thermostat is level if it is a mercury switch. use a torpedo level 3. Check the amp draw on the heating element. 4. Check continuity through the coil. 5. Check high limit switch is operating properly. 6 Check wiring for polarity on the relay…
I HAVE A 1999 FORD ESCORT, THERMOSTAT WAS RECENTLY CHANGED & AN OIL CHANGE WAS DONE, NOW THE CAR STARTS THEN CUTS OUT & NOW WILL NOT START AGAIN, WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? check your mass air flow sensor on the air intake tube off your air box. sometimes ppl forget to plug it back in. without it the engine doesnt know how much air its getting an wont stay running.
Still overheating 1991 escort gt after change radiator thermostat hoses fan switch and coolant Any idea?
The thermostat or the fan relay for the radiator fan. If the temperature gauge shows the engine to be hot the fan should be on. If the fan isn't on you can check it by removing the electrical connection to the temperature sensor. If the fan is all right it will come on by default when the wiring connector is removed. Usually it is the thermostat which needs to be replaced when the engine is…
If i changed thermostat and water pump in my 94 ford aerostar van and still no heat just cool air any ideas?
What do i need to check because when i first crank up my 1992 ford escort with a 1.9 engine it seems real sluggesh then after a half mile it seems to improve i do not have a thermostat in it?
Should be liocated in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from the radiator Remove this housing Make note how thermostat is installed Clean both surfaces replace thermostat and gasket Re-assemble Start engine and look for leaks Re-fill coolant slowly to prevent an air lock Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on Re-check coolant level
Should be located in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from the radiator Remove this housing Make note how thermostat is installed in housing Clean both surfaces Replace thermostat and gasket RE-Fill coolant slowly to prevent an air lock Start engine and look for leaks Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on Re-check coolant level
What could be wrong with a 1991 Ford Escort if the check coolant light is on and the temp rises and it's coolant is topped off?
If your engine coolant temperature gauge is indicating that it is running much cooler than normal ( it sounds like the engine cooling thermostat is sticking open / not closing completely ) which means you need to have the thermostat changed. You should consider if have good heat from your heater and if your check engine light comes on.
Why does the programmable thermostat in the master bedroom randomly emit a doorbell chime The doorbell does not ring there?
In your 2001 Ford Escort the check engine light came on P 171 and fuel filter was changed as well a vacuum leak was fixed and a tuneup done but for the third time light and code came on what to do?
I changed the o2 sn's the check engine light turn off drove car for 3 days an light came on On a ford escort?
Trane AC heating unit stopped runningbut the breaker not blown and was cooling just fine then appeared to be no power to thermostat?
The first thing you check is your low voltage, you have a transformer inside the unit near the electrical panel or relays. Check transformer high side and low side, you should have 24 volts. Got to thermostat and check wiring your red wire should have 24 volts as well fed from your transformer. Another way is if you have the red wire connected to your yellow wire at the thermostat after you remove the thermostat…