1995 Ford Escort Q&A
1995 Ford Escort Question: Heater not blowing hot air
Is it blowing cold air? Just making sure it's blowing air at all. If it's only cold, you could have a theromstat problem - the engine may not be warming up. Check the hoses going into and coming out of the heater core. If they are both cool or luke warm, then it's a thermostat issue. If one is hot and one is cool, then you could have a heater core restriction. The exhaust fumes - make sure you do not have any exhaust leaks - this is bad all the way around. Besides that, make sure you have the reciruclation setting on, keeping air from coming in from the outside. - DaveJHM
The hot air stopped working on the heater. The fan is working, but it's cold air.
I have a 98 Ford Escort. I have taken it in to 2 dealers. Both have told me that a blower switch was stuck on cold. They switch it to hot and replace then it stops working after 2-3 weeks. What...
All the heater does is blow cold air. It does not make a difference what temp it is set on. I know it is not low on coolant, blower works, and the A/C still works. I can not get hot air to blow.
usually takes 20 to 30 minutes to get hot
heater not blowing out hot air added anti-freeze coolant