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Motorcraft
2002 Lincoln Continental HVAC Heater Core Motorcraft

P311-4610447    W0133-1616374  New

Qty:
$152.54
Motorcraft HVAC Heater Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Motorcraft
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Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Continental
Motorcraft
2008 Lincoln Mark LT HVAC Heater Core Motorcraft

P311-2189830    W0133-1870680  New

Qty:
$187.02
Motorcraft HVAC Heater Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Motorcraft
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Vehicle
2008 - Lincoln Mark LT
Motorcraft
2006 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core Motorcraft

P311-2189830    W0133-1870680  New

Qty:
$187.02
Motorcraft HVAC Heater Core
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • For Main Heater/Air Condition
Brand: Motorcraft
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Vehicle
2006 - Lincoln Navigator
APDI
1990 Lincoln Town Car HVAC Heater Core APDI - Heater Core

P311-5B1734C    9010228  New

96018 , 98740 , 94740 , 398255 , 8325 , 90637 , YW7Z18476AA , E9AZ18476A

Qty:
$39.93
APDI HVAC Heater Core
  • HVAC HEATER CORE
  • Heater Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 7-3/8
    • Inlet Connection (in): 3/4
    • Outlet Connection (in): 3/4
  • Heater - Ford
Brand: APDI
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1990 - Lincoln Town Car
APDI
1999 Lincoln Town Car HVAC Heater Core APDI - Heater Core

P311-5B1734C    9010228  New

96018 , 98740 , 94740 , 398255 , 8325 , 90637 , YW7Z18476AA , E9AZ18476A

Qty:
$39.93
APDI HVAC Heater Core
  • HVAC HEATER CORE
  • With 6 inch Wide Core
  • Heater Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 7-3/8
    • Inlet Connection (in): 3/4
    • Outlet Connection (in): 3/4
  • Heater - Ford
Brand: APDI
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Lincoln Town Car
APDI
2001 Lincoln Continental HVAC Heater Core APDI - Heater Core

P311-3DF374C    9010253  New

96003 , F50H18476AA , F80Z18476AA , 93007 , F8OZ18476AA , 398336 , F80Y18476A , 98007

Qty:
$41.09
APDI HVAC Heater Core
  • HVAC HEATER CORE
  • Without AC
  • Heater Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 7-3/8
    • Inlet Connection (in): 5/8
    • Outlet Connection (in): 5/8
  • Heater - Ford
Brand: APDI
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2001 - Lincoln Continental
APDI
2000 Lincoln Continental HVAC Heater Core APDI - Heater Core

P311-3DF374C    9010253  New

96003 , F50H18476AA , F80Z18476AA , 93007 , F8OZ18476AA , 398336 , F80Y18476A , 98007

Qty:
$41.09
APDI HVAC Heater Core
  • HVAC HEATER CORE
  • Heater Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 7-3/8
    • Inlet Connection (in): 5/8
    • Outlet Connection (in): 5/8
  • Heater - Ford
Brand: APDI
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2000 - Lincoln Continental
APDI
2001 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core - Front APDI - Heater Core

P311-192C198    9010025  New

94808 , F85Z18476AA , 98001 , F65H18476AA , 1L7Z18476AA , 398343 , 93001 , 96001

Qty:
$43.39
APDI HVAC Heater Core  Front
  • HVAC HEATER CORE
  • Heater Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 7-1/4
    • Inlet Connection (in): 5/8 Quick Connect
    • Outlet Connection (in): 5/8 Quick Connect
  • Heater - Ford
Brand: APDI
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2001 - Lincoln Navigator Front
APDI
2002 Lincoln Blackwood HVAC Heater Core APDI - Heater Core

P311-192C198    9010025  New

94808 , F85Z18476AA , 98001 , F65H18476AA , 1L7Z18476AA , 398343 , 93001 , 96001

Qty:
$43.39
APDI HVAC Heater Core
  • HVAC HEATER CORE
  • Heater Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 7-1/4
    • Inlet Connection (in): 5/8 Quick Connect
    • Outlet Connection (in): 5/8 Quick Connect
  • Heater - Ford
Brand: APDI
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Blackwood
APDI
2011 Lincoln Town Car HVAC Heater Core APDI - Heater Core

P311-04C0382    9010452  New

3W1Z18476AA , 99326 , 399918 , 399326

Qty:
$60.77
APDI HVAC Heater Core
  • HVAC HEATER CORE
  • Heater Core
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 9-1/2
    • Inlet Connection (in): 5/8
    • Outlet Connection (in): 3/4
  • Heater - Ford
Brand: APDI
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Lincoln Town Car
Metrix
2002 Lincoln Blackwood HVAC Heater Core Metrix

P311-409019F    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$73.25
Metrix HVAC Heater Core
Brand: Metrix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Blackwood
TYC
2002 Lincoln Blackwood HVAC Heater Core TYC

P311-36883CF    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$84.18
TYC HVAC Heater Core
Brand: TYC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Blackwood
TYC
2002 Lincoln Blackwood HVAC Heater Core TYC

P311-36883CF    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$84.18
TYC HVAC Heater Core
Brand: TYC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Blackwood
Metrix
1999 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core Metrix

P311-409019F    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$73.25
Metrix HVAC Heater Core
  • Main Unit
Brand: Metrix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Lincoln Navigator
TYC
1999 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core TYC

P311-36883CF    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$84.18
TYC HVAC Heater Core
  • Main Unit
Brand: TYC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Lincoln Navigator
TYC
1999 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core TYC

P311-36883CF    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$84.18
TYC HVAC Heater Core
  • Main Unit
Brand: TYC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Lincoln Navigator
Metrix
2002 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core Metrix

P311-409019F    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$73.25
Metrix HVAC Heater Core
  • For Main Heater/Air Condition
Brand: Metrix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Navigator
TYC
2002 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core TYC

P311-36883CF    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$84.18
TYC HVAC Heater Core
  • For Main Heater/Air Condition
Brand: TYC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Navigator
TYC
2002 Lincoln Navigator HVAC Heater Core TYC

P311-36883CF    W0133-2205977  New

Qty:
$84.18
TYC HVAC Heater Core
  • For Main Heater/Air Condition
Brand: TYC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Lincoln Navigator

Latest Lincoln Repair and Heater Core Installation Advice

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1997 lincoln mark VIII, no heat for my baby grandson!

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Question From dylansgrandma on 1997 lincoln mark VIII, no heat for my baby grandson!

we have a 1997 lincoln mark VIII and the heat isnt working, the blower works but no heat, any ideas what might be wrong?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

With the engine at full operating temp, locate the 2 heater hoses where they go into the firewall and feel them to see if they are both hot to the touch. If not too hot to hold, then you have to look at the actual engine temp and if that is up, if it is, then your looking at a restricted heater core.
If you find that they are both too hot to hold, then the heat in that vehicle is controlled by a blend door that regulates heated air flow. it is operated by an electric motor/actuator. The problem can be that the actuator is stripped or inoperative or the door itself could be damaged. This is what needs to be determined by examining the actuator and see if it is responding to heat change commands or not.
If they are both not too hot to hold on to, then you either have a restricted heater core or the system is not completely full and getting air pockets for some reason.

Response From rebelman123456

could be thermostat

Response From dylansgrandma

is there a way to check it and see if its bad?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

There's a long list of maybe reasons. Is there even a proper amount of coolant in it? Does temp gauge show a normal temp?

T

still the 2000 Lincoln LS

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Question From Bigdaddy63 on still the 2000 Lincoln LS

The car now has no hot water going into the heater core is what the mechanic said. He said to start with a radiator flush and a thermostat change. There is NO heat blowing at all. It is all cold. The motor is a 3.9 L Jag motor. Can it be the thermostat? If it is, what type of time should it take to fix. I broke my back and had 2 rods, 6 screws and a metal cage put in. I have NO money to throw away. I need her to have her car with heat and defrost!!
Please help :)
Bill
Ohio

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You need to stop creating duplicate questions. Make your responses to your original question.

93 deville timing cover gasket seepage

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Question From mike93 on 93 deville timing cover gasket seepage

Hi how are you doing I was wondering should I worry about the timing cover gasket starting to seep or no it's very little no oil on the ground or anything is that ok for now or what?

Response From steve01832

Slight seepages usually turn into major leaks eventually. You should put that gasket on the things-to-do list and check your oil every couple of days.

Steve

Response From mike93

ok thanks will do also trying to figure out why i gotta keep putting coolant in the reservoir every two weeks no leaks or anything radiator is always full just coolant reservoir

Response From steve01832

The coolant reservoir is basically an expansion/reserve tank. If no tank leaks present, and you are topping it off every 2 weeks, somewhere the coolant is leaking or is getting burned. You may want to pressure test the system to verify there are no leaks. Really check the "weep hole" on the underside of the water pump for any signs of coolant or staining. If all checks out ok, you may have an intake or a cylinder head leaking coolant internally.

Steve

Response From mike93

The car runs great though but im gonna check it out and make sure the tank isn't leaking or anything else if it was one or the other wouldn't the car run like shit

Response From mike93 Top Rated Answer

also when i had a intake manifold in my lincoln that time my coolant was milky. also my heater core is clogged and sometimes only sometimes when i shut the car off i hear a bubbling noise

2000 Lincoln LS 3.9 L 140,000

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Question From Bigdaddy63 on 2000 Lincoln LS 3.9 L 140,000

My daughters car temp gauge went to H. She tried to get off the road when the car said the engine went to low power. She got it off the road and I took her a gallon of antifreeze. I added the antifreeze, let the car run and aqdded more antifreeze to the jug. The 8 mile drive home, the car did the same thing. The neighbor put a reader on under the dash and it came back 1229 code. He said it mean't air in the line. I started her car up, let it warm up and added coolant as it gulped, I added more slowly until it was full. She drove it a little bit ago and now it won't blow warm heat. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Response From Discretesignals

Which year is your LS? You might want to pressure test the coolant system to see where the leak is going. You really don't want to burn up that Jaguar engine cause they are major dollars.

Response From Discretesignals

You sure that is the right code? P1229 isn't something you would normally see on an LS. P1229 is something you would see on a Ford Lightening 5.4L. It means the PCM isn't seeing the correct amperage for the supercharger intercooler pump.

Response From Bigdaddy63 Top Rated Answer

Since my last post, there is no heat at all. The hose closest to the driver that goes into the heater core is cold, not a bit of heat. So any ideas on what this might be? The overflow resevoir is full. There is no coolant in the oil. I am lost : (

Response From Discretesignals

Did you determine the source of the leak? It has to be going somewhere if it took a gallon of antifreeze. You may need to pressure test the coolant system to find the leak. Pressure test when the engine is cold. Once you identify the location of the leak and resolve that problem, then you can figure out what is going on with the heater.

Response From Bigdaddy63

It is a 2000 Lincoln LS, sorry I put coolant in it that I bought from Lincoln Mercury and it isn't even slightly getting any heat. What is a 1229 code, any idea?

Power steering fluid

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Question From rangerbull on Power steering fluid

got a 1999 ford f150 4x4 4.6L and was coming home from a fishing trip pulling my boat at 70 mph down interstate. we started smelling what seemed to smell like anti freeze but truck wasnt heating up. air condition was on. turned air condition off and smell wasnt as bad but still there. we pulled in to a truck stop and checked under hold and everything seemed to be ok except for power streeing fluid looked as if it was boiling or being shaken up. turned truck off and it stopped. no leakage as we can see around air con and no leaks anywhere. truck runs fine. air is still ice cold. anybody know what I am smelling

Response From Tom Greenleaf

? Odor and PS fluid boiling. Do you mean you checked it with engine running and if so it would look like that. What PS or hydraulic oils can do is foam such that the air bubble displace fluid and can spill over onto whatever and burn.


Hey - 70MPH with a trailer and probably hot side of weather it's maxed out. If you don't have a PS oil cooler you may need one AND an upgrade of fluid to a high end compatible fluid which may be a synthetic trans fluid or other but must be compatible.


Other again: This engine also was made in many or all for some years with a plastic intake manifold that did seal coolant and could leak. An ear of it would crack and only a new one was/is the fix.


You don't see anything on ground or other evidence other than odor so isn't clear yet? What is low if anything?


Some if it's been a while since a long hard ride cake like oily stuff that could be normal got hot enough to drip down on something hot so odor would be the best evidence then looking at hot parts (exhaust parts) for the evidence.


It's working hard and if you expect it to in even moderate extremes you add coolers for things like PS, trans fluid or upgrade cooling system in general.


IMO - an F-150 is great but the work and load ability is the same as just a full size car of the same basic drivetrain layout and probably exceeding what it was meant to do. Problem will follow if overworked,


T

Response From rangerbull

this morning I drove truck and tried turning on heater to see if that was a problem and had fluid run down from under dash and still smelled of anti freeze. thinking maybe heater core as I had no heat and windsheild started fogging up on defrost. what do you think on that. watched some vidios and seems like a big job to under take for me.

Response From Hammer Time

Yep, sounds like you hit the nail on the head on that one. Heater core for sure.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Agree, nailed especially if you can even see an antifreeze drip. Now till you can do that make a "U" turn at the heater hoses at the firewall. Reason is some have a lot to do with even internal engine temps. Till you really need heat if no other issues keep it full and bypassed that way and you should be fine.


Just one more. If you do need defrost it wont work well so carry towels till done. Heater core can be a tough job,


Tom
(edited in to add) Good time to replace heater or other hoses for the job. Warning: Some Fords in particular use a restrictor in the inlet hose to the heater core and you should find one. If not it may need one as engine RPM when stressed the water pumps could blow heater cores from pressure above the rating of the cap when working hard and hot! If mine I'd put one in just anyway as without and was uses you can hear water (coolant) running thru the core sometimes. It's a small tapered metal plug* that goes INSIDE the inlet heater hose. Sorry if not used on this it's never discussed on ones that did!
That plug was factory installed hidden in the hose and usually discarded not knowing one was there. Feel for it - if OE hose and not there it didn't have one by all chances nor need one.........

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Something to keep in mind, especially when it pays 7 hours to do a heater core on one of those.




TSB 06-21-19

10/30/06

HEATER CORE LEAKAGE AND ELECTROLYSIS (INFORMATION ONLY)

FORD:
1997-2002 Contour
1997-2007 Crown Victoria, Mustang, Taurus
2000-2007 Focus
2002-2005 Thunderbird
2005-2007 Five Hundred, Freestyle
2006-2007 Fusion
1997-1999 F-250 Light Duty
1997-2003 Windstar
1997-2007 E-Series, Expedition, Explorer,
F-150, F-53 Motorhome Chassis,
F-Super Duty, Ranger

2000-2005 Excursion
2001-2003 Explorer Sport
2001-2007 Escape, Explorer Sport Trac
2004 F-150 Heritage
2004-2007 Freestar
2005-2007 Escape Hybrid
1999-2007 F-650, F-750

LINCOLN:
1997-2002 Continental
1997-2007 Town Car
2000-2006 Lincoln LS
2006 Zephyr
2007 MKZ
1998-2007 Navigator
2002-2003 Blackwood
2003-2005 Aviator
2006-2007 Mark LT

MERCURY:
1997-2002 Cougar, Mystique
1997-2005 Sable
1997-2007 Grand Marquis
2005-2007 Montego
2006-2007 Milan
1997-2002 Villager
1997-2007 Mountaineer
2005-2007 Mariner
2006-2007 Mariner Hybrid

This article supersedes TSB 01-15-6 to update the vehicle model years and Service Procedure.

ISSUE
The majority of repeat heater core leaks are due to high flow rate or use of poor quality coolant. However, electrolysis should also be checked, especially when repeat repairs have occurred.

ACTION
If the heater core is leaking, review the location of the leakage and check the condition of the coolant.

SERVICE PROCEDURE

1. Review the location of the leakage and check the condition of the coolant:

a. If leaks are found on the inlet (or outlet) tubes entering / exiting the heater core, it is most likely due to due to high flow rate - replace the heater core and install a restrictor in the heater hose closest to the engine block, reference Workshop Manual, Section 412.

b. If leaks are found in the body of the heater core itself, and does not appear to be the result of physical damage like contact or puncture, check the coolant for possible electrolysis.

Testing For Electrolysis

Check for voltage in the cooling system by touching the negative contact of a voltmeter to the battery ground or a known good ground and suspend the positive lead in the coolant, making sure it is in contact with the coolant but not touching any metal part of the radiator or cooling system. Both AC and DC voltages must be checked. Vehicles normally have DC voltages; however, a faulty engine block heater or faulty diode in the alternator can produce AC voltages. It is understood that coolant is lost due to heater core failure but try to obtain a voltage reading on the old coolant in the engine block before addition to or replacement of. To keep more coolant from exiting the heater core clamp off heater core lines and measure coolant in the engine block. Try not to dilute the original coolant with new coolant during testing if possible.

1. Determine whether coolant condition is acceptable.

a. Remove both cables from the battery and ensure they do not contact each other or the vehicle.

b. Touch negative lead of voltmeter to engine ground and positive lead in the coolant.

NOTE
POSITIVE TEST PROBE IS IN THE COOLANT FOR TESTING.

c. Check the voltage in the cooling system. If less than or equal to 0.4 volts (V) OK, reconnect battery cables and proceed to Step 2.

d. If greater than 0.4 V, flush cooling system thoroughly.

e. Recheck voltage less than or equal to 0.4 V.

f. Reconnect battery cables.

g. Refill the system with appropriate Motorcraft® engine coolant.

2. Check for loose or missing grounds at static conditions.

a. Turn off all accessories. Turn ignition on but do not start engine.

b. Test with ground probe to battery ground, engine ground, and vehicle ground sequentially.

c. Voltage less than or equal to 0.4 V on all grounds OK.

d. Any one greater than 0.4 V, check and clean ground cable connections.

e. Check accessories without using the on off switch on the vehicle instrument panel, use a jumper wire to ground.

f. Plug in engine block heater, if equipped, and test.

g. Recheck voltage less than or equal to 0.4 V.

h. Unplug engine block heater, if equipped.

3. Check for loose, missing, or inadequate grounds.

a. Test with ground probe to battery ground, engine ground, and vehicle ground sequentially.

b. Crank engine but do not start.

c. Monitor voltage while cranking. less than or equal to 0.4 V OK

d. If greater than 0.4 V, ground or repair starter.

e. Start engine and run at about 2000 rpm.

f. Turn on all accessories including those customer only uses occasionally such as CB radio, cell phone, etc.

g. Test with ground probe to battery ground, engine ground, and vehicle ground sequentially.

h. Voltage less than or equal to 0.4 V OK

i. If greater than 0.4 V, turn off one item at a time until V drops to less than or equal to 0.4 V. Repair ground to the accessory just identified.

j. Recheck voltage less than or equal to 0.4 V

k. Turn the DVOM to AC volts.

l. Check for ANY AC voltage greater than 0.4.

m. If any AC voltage is present then try turning off each accessory one at a time including blower motor and any fan motors.

n. If AC voltage is still present then shut engine off and remove B+ from the alternator and tape it up then retest.

o. If voltage drop is gradual to less than or equal to 0.4 V, the ground straps may simply be overloaded by added accessories. Test by using heavy gauge jumper to ground. If indicated, install heavier gauge ground strap(s) and recheck.

NOTE
If vehicle is equipped with electric cooling fans, be sure they cycle during this testing and monitor voltage when they are on and when off.

CAUTION
DO NOT GROUND HEATER CORE. IF THE HEATER CORE IS GROUNDED, YOU HAVE PROVIDED THE ELECTROLOSIS A PATH THROUGH THE HEATER CORE. THIS WOULD CAUSE THE HEATER CORE TO BECOME AN ANODE OR RECEIVER AND IT WOULD PROMOTE THE ELECTROLOSIS, OR ANY STRAY VOLTAGE TO USE THE COOLANT AS THE GROUND PATH.

4. Refill the engine cooling system, reference Workshop Manual, Section 303-03.

NOTE
IF THE HEAT OUTPUT IS INSUFFICIENT, OR THE ENGINE DOES NOT REACH NORMAL OPERATING TEMPERATURES, VERIFY PROPER THERMOSTAT OPERATION AND REPEAT PROCEDURE IF REQUIRED.