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I had good AC all summer long; now that it's cooler I need my heater to work.

(2001 Ford Taurus)
in Richmond, VA on October 22, 2013
No heat coming out even after 15-20 minutes running. Blows but no heat.
Only cold air. Help!
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of Greg's Orange Auto on October 22, 2013
CK COOLANT LEVEL THEN MAKE SURE BOTH HEATER HOSES ARE HOT AT FIREWALL TO START WITH
on October 22, 2013
Is the engine running at operating temperature? What does the temperature gauge showes?
on October 22, 2013
Okay, I went out and ran it. Answer is: temp gauge is normal, right smack in the middle.
of Miles Auto Services on October 22, 2013
Common problem that the heater core gets clogged. We have had some sucess with backflushing the heater core versus replaceing it.
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