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Ford Fiesta - Heater not working

Discussion in 'Car Repairs / Maintenance' started by Happytab, 18 Nov 2005.

  1. Happytab

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    Hi, I have a Ford Fiesta and the heater has stopped working - any suggestions on possible cause would be greatfully rec'd. I am rubbish at this sort of thing so appreciate any help offered.
     
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    I should have a look at a recent posting about Ford KA heater, that should give you some clues.
    regards johnwr
     
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    Had same prob it is your heater control valve. £46 from Ford. Easy to fit, took 15 mins. ;)
     
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    Have you changed the pollen filter ?.does your heater switch work on any of the settings?
     
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    Very helpful comment,NOT.Try reading the rules before making unhelpful comments
     
  8. johncon43

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    i have had same problem a temporary solution is to bye pass the pipes using copper pipe to join two pipes up . this is ok in winter as you will be nice n cosy in your car but when summer comes buy a new thermostat, john con
     
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