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Old 12-05-07, 04:47 PM
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I have a 1994 Thunderbird is there anything other than the blower motor that could cause my heat not to work.
 
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Originally Posted by pgill4
I have a 1994 Thunderbird is there anything other than the blower motor that could cause my heat not to work.
There is any number of things. Start with the coolant level. Move on to the thermostat, a t-stat stuck open will cause a heater to be warm at best. Like I said, with the info you have given........could be almost anything.
 
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Feel the two radiator hoses going into the firewall after the car has been warmed up. Both of these hoses should be pretty warm.

If one is warm, and the other cold/cool, then your heater core is clogged.

If both hoses are warm, then your blend door behind/under your dashboard is probably defective.
 
 

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