1998 Ford Taurus Q&A
1998 Ford Taurus Question: heater control valve
Go to http://bit.ly/autozone_repair_info sign up its free then put in your cars info then put heater control valve in the search and click on job diagram on the right - Valleyautotech
This I have no idea, but I had the same issue. After changing the thermostat, still no heat. My issue ended up being the temperature control door actuator. If you remove the lower dash panels and glove box you can get to the screws holding it in. I did not have to remove the radio. Its the white box (aftermarkets are usually black)in front of the heater core area. Does your temperature (cold/hot) switch feel like it moves very freely? Mine did and apparently mine was stuck on cold. It cost $50 at advance auto parts and fixed my no heat issue after I changed the thermostat and ran water through the heater core to ensure it wasn't plugged. - JohnWayne1986
have no heat, coolant and thermostat been checked or changed water flow ok where is the heater control valve
Car has no heat one of the heater core lines is cold to the touch while the other is hot have flushed out heater core several times lines are my next check when I replace the therostat
Heater is not blowing hot air. This happened at the same time that the CD player stopped working.
Where is the heater control valve? getting cold air but heater core and hoses have been replaced.
The heater failed to heat interior