Having problems with your 2000 Ford Taurus ?

I have a 2000 ford taurus with no heat . Ihave changed the thermostat and the heater core and checked all the heater control doors with a vacuum tester and they seem to be working any other suggestions

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 11-12-2017

Answers :

If the blower is working, and hot engine coolant is flowing through the heater core, then the problem has to be duct flow control related.
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  • Check fuses #216 15A, and #228 10A in the central junction box.
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  • I know you have insisted that you've checked ALL of the valve (door) actuators but if you haven't removed the actuators and tried to move the shaft arms that they engage to confirm that the valve (door) is moving inside the plenum I suggest you do so. Do this with the engine warmed up and running, and with the climate controls set to the heater function. See the following procedure for the Heater Air Damper Actuator removal.
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  1. \015\012Working through the driver footwell, remove the two screws and the shield.
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    Do not attempt to bend any part of the airflow mode door lever.
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  2. Label and disconnect the two vacuum hoses. \015\012
  3. Remove the vacuum control motor mounting screws. \015\012
  4. Lift, rotate and remove the panel/floor (heater air damper) door vacuum control motor from the door lever.
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