Where can you get info on how to change a heater core on a 1997 Ford Escort Chilton is not specific enough?
Try going to the dealer and picking the brains of the guys at the parts counter. Autozone.com may help too.
where can i get a step by step on changing head gaskets on a 1997 ford thunderbird? Your best bet would be to buy a manual for that specific model. Chilton is alright for this. Should be about $20. It is involved enough that you need something you can refer to instead of just having it told to you here. You should have so experience working on motors before taking on this much of a…
Why would the heater in a '94 Ford Escort not get very warm could it be a direct problem of the thermostat?
Yes. If the thermostat is not staying closed long enough for the engine to warm up adequately, you will not get heated coolant into the heater core and the heater will not blow warm air. Change the thermostat for a 195 and you should get plenty of heat. It could also be as simple as not having enough coolant. worst case senerio would be a bad heater core.
Not Elsewhere classified. - This designation is used to indicate there is no separate specific code available to represent the condition documented. In this case, the diagnostic statement is specific, but the coding system is not specific enough. Different to NOS -Not Otherwise specified which indicates that the documentation does not provide enough information to assign a more specific code.
because it doesn't exist - neither Haynes nor Chilton made one for the 5th gen. tercels - why? I don't know. Maybe the 1987-1994 Haynes or the 1984-1994 Chilton are good enough to use on models 1995-1999 - or maybe they were just to cheap to bother - I wish I knew because I am in the same boat - and I tried google, etc - I also tried Haynes & Chilton directly - nothing…