Having problems with your 2001 Ford Windstar ?

I do not have heat in the front of my van. Is

\015 I do not have heat in the front of my van. Is there two heater coils in this car and is it a big job to replace the coil?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-09-2017

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An actuator located behind the radio ....$50 part...it opens and closes the flap that regulates hot and cold air. that was my problem.....easy to fix
If you have front and rear heat then, yes there are two heater cores. If not, then there is just the one, behind the dashboard. Have you checked the coolant level? If it's not full, top it off and retest it. Is the engine actually getting up to operating temperature? Feel the coolant lines that go into the heater core, is one hot and the other cool? If so, the heater core is likely clogged. Remove the lines and blast some water from a garden hose through it to clear any debris that might be clogging it.

Replacing a heater core is usually a big job that requires removing the entire instrument panel. If it's not leaking coolant onto the floorboard it probably is ok and doesn't need to be replaced.
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