No heat

Asked by Nov 30, 2016 at 03:43 AM about the 2002 Ford Taurus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I got 2002 Ford Taurus se and I can't get no
heat I've recently had to replace the radiator
cause it blowed on me and I've replaced the
water pump and thermostat and still I can't
get no heat it dont even warm up stays cold
ive filled it up with antifreeze and it vapored
a day or so later but I can fill it up with water
and stays in there  I need help please
someone help ive stuck over 800 dollars in
this car I just don't wanna freeze to death
this winter lol

1 Answer

25,665

Maybe there are still air bubbles in your cooling system- if a bubble gets behind the thermostat, it won't open- you must bleed all the air out of the system- how? idk, I've only done it on Fiats- oh, yeah and on my '85 RX7 once- open the radiator cap (engine off) and just start squeezing hoses and see if air bubbles come out- try it, you may get lucky

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