Did you realize that your own heater is also designed to help cool your engine? The center of each automotive heater is a heat exchanger just like your own Ford Freestyle heater core. This part is almost the same as a radiator on your cooling system. A heater core works to receive hot coolant coming out from the engine into its inlet and uses the fins to increase coolant heat transfer onto the fan-forced air. The heat your heater core creates is utilized in warming the interior.
The Ford Freestyle heater core is situated beneath the dash panel. The first part you will notice is the fins which are connected to brass or aluminum pipes. It is actually connected to the engine and to the ventilation grills of your car through inlet and outlet tubes. The particular quantity of high temperature air that is vented to the passenger interior is typically controlled via a switch level on the control panel.
Eventually, your heater core will also get damaged. Changing your Ford Freestyle heater core with the precise match is going to preserve your heater's performance. All you have to accomplish is find a perfect replacement unit in exchange to this part and it should be from OES Genuine, Vista-Pro Automotive, or Replacement ; they're offered here at Parts Train!
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