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Jason1980

Heater/blowers

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Does anybody have any ideas to why there is no heat coming from the blowers, even though the heater dial is turned up full and is the same on every blower setting (i.e. settings 1-4), has anybody had the same problem or know what part needs replacing and if its a hard job to do yourself.

this is on a 2002 Mk6 Fiesta Zetec 1.4

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Jason

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Does anybody have any ideas to why there is no heat coming from the blowers, even though the heater dial is turned up full and is the same on every blower setting (i.e. settings 1-4), has anybody had the same problem or know what part needs replacing and if its a hard job to do yourself.

this is on a 2002 Mk6 Fiesta Zetec 1.4

Thanks

Jason

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Does anybody have any ideas to why there is no heat coming from the blowers, even though the heater dial is turned up full and is the same on every blower setting (i.e. settings 1-4), has anybody had the same problem or know what part needs replacing and if its a hard job to do yourself.

this is on a 2002 Mk6 Fiesta Zetec 1.4

Thanks

Jason

I have now replaced the thermostat which was not an easy job as its buried away under the alternator, but i still have no heat at the best it gets slightly warm, i have also replaced the coolant and checked it for air locks, any ideas???????

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You might need a new heater control valve. It's a fairly common problem with older Fords.

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Your lucky you havn't got an MG; this is the first sign of head gasket failure on them!

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The mk6 does not have a heater control valve. Its only mk4/5 fiestas and pumas

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On my 2001 fiesta it's in the passenger footwell. Get ya torch out. Held in by 1 screw. Just unplug.

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