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Ford F-150, Ford F-350, Ford F-250, Heating / Cooling, Truck
#37 of 84 2008 F-150 Problems with temperature control
Oct 27, 2008 (6:13 pm)
I am having major problems with the climate control in my truck. If its in the mid to upper 70's and I want AC I have to set the temp to 60. If I set it to 65 it blows warm air. Of course at 60 it get freezing in the cab. The same goes for heating. If I set the temp to 65 it blows hot air. The interior gets very uncomfortable. So I put to 60 and the cab gets cold. I have to keep alternating between 60 and 65. There are no in between settings. Is anyone else experiencing this problem.
#38 of 84 Re: 2008 F-150 Problems with temperature control [raerieg]
Nov 10, 2008 (4:58 pm)
I took my truck in for service today with the same problem. Was told that Ford issued a service bulletin to all dealers indicating that Ford engineers were researching this problem and something will be out in late November. The local dealership advised me to wait.
#39 of 84 01 f350 climate control
Nov 16, 2008 (3:55 pm)
i have a 01 f350 diesel and have an issue with not being able to select either floor or vents etc defaulted to defrost, i have checked the fuse #24 for the blender door and its ok, just wondering if anyone else had any ideas what i should be looking for I don't have a shop manual for the truck. also doesn't seem to do anything when placed in ac position.
thanks in advance Warren K
#40 of 84 F150 Climate Control
Dec 08, 2008 (3:08 pm)
I have a 2007 F150 and I am having a problem with the climate control. It won't control the temp. I took it to a dealer and he tells me that the part I need is on back order and other dealers are wanting the same part. Is this a ford problem that others are experiencing?
#41 of 84 antifreeze odor in cab
Dec 22, 2008 (5:42 pm)
I had a leak in my heater core. After putting in some Stop Leak the steaming up of the windows stopped but I still have the odor of Anti Freeze in the cab. I had the same problem with the odor a couple years ago in the summer and took the truck in. After 24 hours with 30 lbs of pressure on the system they told me there was no leak. So I had them change the coolant anyway and here I am. Even when the cab was steaming up I never seemed to lose any coolant yet the odor remains.
Has anyone had a similar experience? It is a 1997 F-150 Lariat with 4.6 8Cyl.
#42 of 84 Re: 2008 F-150 Problems with temperature control [cmms1]
Dec 22, 2008 (7:58 pm)
My temp control problem has been resolved. It was the blender motor. See your dealer if you are still experiencing problems.
Dec 30, 2008 (3:45 pm)
I've got an '03 f-150. My blower only works on high. It's really noisy. I lost low first, a few months later I lost medium. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
#45 of 84 2001 F150 Manual Temp control too much heat
Apr 06, 2009 (4:45 am)
Can not turn off heat, turning manual temp control does not stop heat. Could it be a vacuum problem or is it the blend door, if it has one? Could it be that the hot water to the heater core is always on?
#46 of 84 Re: 2001 F150 Manual Temp control too much heat [buffetbob4kidz]
Apr 11, 2009 (5:14 pm)
Try pulling off the temperature control knob and turn the control with a pair of pliers. On my 1999 F-150 the knob had slightly cracked where it slides over the shaft on the control, so.when I turned the knob it didn't turn the shaft.