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Ford Expedition, Heating / Cooling
#22 of 145 Re: BRRRR COLD AIR IN FRONT HEATER 98 EXPEDITION [repoman3]
Dec 24, 2007 (2:48 am)
seams to me we have the same problems with these ford expeditions, I have a 2003 xlt ,overhead rear heat works great, dash heat stay`s cold no matter where you set the temp control knob. any suggestions, my local ford dealer charged 77 dollars just to tell me it needs a blend door controler, and it will cost me 1300 dollars to fix , forget that i`ll trade it off first, anyone know what i can do to fix it myself, ?
#23 of 145 No heat 98 Expedition
Dec 29, 2007 (7:44 pm)
Sounds like I am not the first one with this problem. I disconnected the hoses to the front heater core and ran water through it. The core is clear. I then reconnected the hoses. The inlet hose becomes hot. However, the outlet hose never warms up. Can someone help?
#24 of 145 Re: 98 Expedition- Rear heater troubleshoot [rhelmbright]
Dec 29, 2007 (7:49 pm)
I have a very similar problem. My front heater core is clear--we disconnected the hoses and ran water through it. When the engine is at normal operating temp, the inlet hose to the core becomes hot ---the outlet hose remains cool. Any suggestions?
#25 of 145 Re: NO HEAT! [spoosss]
Dec 29, 2007 (7:52 pm)
I have the same problem with my 98 Expo. My front heater core is clear, we disconnected the hoses and ran water though it with no problem. However, after being reconnected and when at normal operating temperature, the inlet hose becomes hot but the outlet hose never warms up. What did you come up with to solve your problem?
#26 of 145 Re: I have a 1998 ford expedition NO HOT AIR [milliard]
Jan 04, 2008 (2:23 am)
i have a 2003 ford expidition xlt ,no heat front no matter where you put the control, so i took it to ford, they charged 77 bucks to tell me it needed a blend door controler motor. then the shocker ,1300 dollars and takes all day to pull dash . the rear heat is probably a vacume line stopped up. i took a pic of the blend door but I am not shelling out 1300 bucks . The part cost 53.50
#28 of 145 Blower stays on High
Feb 17, 2008 (3:39 pm)
I have recently started having an issue with our 03 expedition. The heat blower stays on high even if I turn it down to low. Even if I turn off the heater the blower still blows to a certain extent. Any ideas on what would be causing this? I do not want to take it to the dealer for a 200 buck fix.
#29 of 145 Re: Blower stays on High [tysmith14]
Feb 19, 2008 (12:19 pm)
Does anyone read these?????????? Comments????????
#30 of 145 Re: Blower stays on High [tysmith14]
Feb 19, 2008 (9:52 pm)
Yes, people read these messages but, apparently, no one has a ready answer for you. I would suspect you have an electrical problem with the switches. Can you deteremine whether the fan is actually engaged when you turn the heater off?
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#31 of 145 Re: Blower stays on High [tidester]
Feb 21, 2008 (7:17 am)
sometimes when you turn it off the fan completely shuts off or sometimes it will stay on and blow air.