FORD CONTOUR HEATER PROBLEM
1996 Ford Contour • 15,200 miles
I,ve had interminnit heat from my heater,car got warm all of the sudden,noticed the drive belt was dammaged by something from the road,stone,bolt,something,replaced upper hose,thermostat,drive belt,pulled waterpump thinking the impellar went out,waterpump is fine,replaced timing belt,could blockage in heater core be the culprite?engine runs fine but starts to run hot,compression is 185 to 205 across the cylinders,no milky oil or coolant,gas mileage not has good as i would like,Please help.
January 22, 2013.
January 22, 2013.
Could heater control valve be bad due to intermininet heat from heater or caused by damaged drive belt which was chewed up pretty good ?
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