Where is the heater core? Unfortunately, the heater core is way up under the dash.
From the engine compartment side, look for the 2 heater hoses coming "through" the firewall, right about dead-center.
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I really don't know what you mean by a diagram. D you mean an exploded view of the dash? I have worked for Ford for years, and I have never seen such an animal. Are you trying to replace your heater core? All instructions to do that in all Ford service manuals are in text, with very few pictures.
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There is a mechanic who found a way to do it without dash removal, in 1996-1999 Taurus / Sables.
* Library - you can review a number of manuals they'll have for the procedure - use the copy machine to get the relevant pages to take home and get all greasy.
* Haynes or Chiltons manuals are around $15 (US) and a great investment if you do much of your own repair and maintenance work. Check any auto parts or book stores for these.
Start with the "Related Question" below - this is an excellent starting point to extensive coverage and information on Taurus/Sable heating & cooling problems and fixes -including the heater core procedures & options.
I have found the the easiest and least expensive way to find any diagram for replacing parts is in the local library, go to the reference section, get the haynes or Chiltons book that corresponds to your car. look in the index under heating and cooling. and find the step by step instructions with pictures, diagrams, etc. copy them on the library copy machine, and take them home. Saves money.
Getting the dash out is the worst of it all: do yourself a favor and either purchase the Haynes or Chilton's manual for about $18, or visit your local library and copy the dash removal instruction pages from the manuals they'll you look at for free! :)
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If "heater coil" is just another term for "Heater core", then yes, most all cars have them.See "Related Questions" below for tons of information about Taurus / Sable heater cores.
BIG JOB Get a manual on your car from the parts store and it wil have pictures .
The Haynes Jeep Cherokee 1984 - 1996 book has 7 different diagrams which show how to do that repair.
The heater switch is located in the middle of the car in the 1998 Ford Taurus. It is either above or below the radio.?æ
the air conditioner and heater are two separate things.(not connected) ;) it may have a fuse. or the it could just be bad.
mercury villager heater core 2001
The Taurus does not have a heater control valve. Coolant flows through the core at all times. Be sure to review the "Related Question" below for much more about Taurus temperature controls
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Get a manual on your car and it will have pictures and everything. It is not an easy job.
You can find heater vacuum line diagrams for your Chevy van in most Chevrolet service manuals. The service manuals can be found at your local library.
No pictures here, but see sources listed in the "Manual" question below. For detailed instructions, see the "Related Question" below for that too...
location of heater control valve on 2005 mercury marguis ?
do u have a diragram
why is my '99 ford taurus making a knock noise and smoking from under the radator
probably the heater core is clogged
No one knows if:The heater is NOT blowing - or blowing on high speed only, or... The heater IS blowing, but the air is NOT hotEither way, the "Related Questions" below will get you started
There are many pictures of this on Google.
it has a partially clogged heater core.replace the heater core
Hey John==It is pretty complicated so get a manual on your car from the parts store or AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM. It will have pictures and everything. GoodluckJoe
this is an indicator that the heater core has a small leak. there should be absolutly no anifreeze moisture in the car. your heater core is bad , sorry See "Related Links" for heater core replacement information for his generation of Taurus / Sables
Most likely a bad heater core
where is the heater control valve
The Mercury Tracer heater core can be found behind the passenger side kick plate. The heater core can be removed by disconnecting the water supply lines and removing the retaining bolts.
The "Related Link" below has extensive information, illustrations, photos and diagrams for the 1990-1995 heating/cooling systems.This does not look like an easy under-taking, with all the airflow directions being controlled by separate vacuum controls. Oh yeah, and the dash has to come out.