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I have no heat in my 2002 jaguar s type. had new thermostat put in at beginning of summer, new coolant resivior and system flushed. hadn't needed heat till now. also fan continues to run for about 3-5 minutes after car is shut off. can I repair myself or spend hundreds at a shop?

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Likely to be paddle flap motor died, they used to be manual, so the vent is letting in cool air only, the flap changes position for the heat to enter, the flap on yours is not moving, so likely to be the motor

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your thermostat is not openning properly change it and flush your radiator out and put fresh antifreeze

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SOURCE: no heat in 2002 jaguar stype. replaced theromstat

the cooling fan running for a short time after turning off is normal.as far as the NO HEAT is concerned have the topmost hot hose clip undone and vent any airlock you may have.(pref a hose that is attached to the heater inside the engine bay).

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SOURCE: 2002 taurus..next to no heat,start

Was the thermostat replaced also?

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