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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-19-04, 12:43 AM Thread Starter
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Their is a problem with my heater. It doesn't work anymore. The blower is allright, I tested it. Could someone help me or send me some schemes?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-19-04, 01:46 PM
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Re: Problem with heater

Have U Checked The Heater Core?
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Also, Have U Ever Taken Off The Thermostat? Sometimes People Take Them Off, Maybe The Previous Owner Took It Off And It Just Takes Hours For The Heater To Heat.
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Re: Problem with heater

What model car do you have insider.

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Re: Problem with heater

I have a mustang '66, look gt 350, white with blue stripes
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Re: Problem with heater

Try Here for your wiring diagram.

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Re: Problem with heater

I'm not sure if your model has one but some have a small vacum (somtimes cable) operated tap that will prevent the hot water running through the heater core when cold is selected. These are prone to rusting and staying either open or closed. They are usually in the engine bay near the firewall on the hose going to the core.

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Re: Problem with heater

It works again, there was a stupid wire misplaced. Sorry for the inconvinience.
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