Assuming the temp gauge stays in the normal range (otherwise check thermostat and associated engine hoses etc).
The heater core has a blockage, Check the heater core hoses that enter the firewall from the engine compartment they both should be warm after the engine warms up if just luke warm you have a heater core/hose blockage- remove the two heater core hoses that enter the firewall from the engine compartment. Remove the blockage by flushing the heater core with fresh water from a garden hose.AnswerI can't answer the question, but I think I have the same situation. What I've noticed is that if I put the car in neutral and rev the engine (3000+ rpm), hot air will blow from the heater. AnswerYou might check the heater a/c blend door under the dash just to the left of the glove box. This is an electronic controlled door that adjusts the amount of hot and/or cold air coming out of the registers. These are known to fail. AnswerIn the above answer, I ment to say the electronic unit that controls the door can fail. Not necessarily the door itself. AnswerI have a 1999 Ford Taurus with 45,000 miles on it. I bought it new 7 years ago. Last year I had to have the steering rack replaced. Also, last winter my heater stared to give me trouble. It would blow warm air but never get hot. I recently took it to a shop that specializes in radiator and heater repairs, they blew out the heater core and now it is operating as it did when it was new, plenty of heat. It cost me $70 this was the best money that I ever spent.
Check your fuses.
it has a partially clogged heater core.replace the heater core
the heater core could be pluged or the heater control valve is stuck closed
your heater core is leaking i would replace it.
Please tell me this is a joke. There is no heater in a fridge. I would not a fridge with a heater. Who wants hot milk?
Check fuse if the blower is not working. If it is then replace your heater core. if its not then replace your fan switch.
Only the fan is working, there is no gas burning (gas heater) or the electric heating element is not working(electric heater)Answeris it electric gas or oil Its gas.
It sounds like you have a bad heater core. I would recommend replacing it.
Yes there is, look under your front license plate, or where one would be if they aren't required in your state. Then go right, there should be a flip open cap covering a plug for the block heater there.That is if your vehicle has one installed - not all Taurus/Sables have an engine block heater.
I am very sorry. I was under the impression that if I go to the address bar and ask a question. The answer would be right forecoming. I only asked how to replace the heater core on a 2000 ford taurus. And received only run-arounds.
There could be multiple reasons why a heater would stop working in a truck. There could be low coolant or a bad fuse to make a heater stop working in a truck. The best way to find out the reason is to take it to a certified auto mechanic.
Buildup of succinate in the mitochondrial matrix
Blown fuse (compressor clutch) refrigerant leak
low water, bad thermostat, vacuum door not working, clogged up heater core, heater valve broken........
The blower may simply have burned out. If the blower is out then the heater probably still works.
Could be low on freon,
Blown fuse would be where to look first.
You would be on the Aries-Taurus cusp.
The heater would not be working on a 1990 Dodge Grand Caravan if the heater core is damaged or blocked. Hot coolant from the engine must flow through the core to allow hot air to pass into the cabin.
There are a couple of reasons why a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero ac heater to stop working. The heater coil may need to be replaced or the HVAC blower motor may need to be replaced.
Probably a ground wire issue.
You have a bad blower resister..............
Do you mean that your heater core is leaking coolant ? That would mean that the heater core is clogged. The heater core is like a mini-rad, if it is clogged it leaks.AnswerNo, there is not an overflow tube/outlet on the heater core.See "Related Questions" below for more about Taurus / Sable heating/cooling systems.