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Ford Expedition, Heating / Cooling
#26 of 144 Re: I have a 1998 ford expedition NO HOT AIR [milliard]
Jan 04, 2008 (3:23 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 144 Blower stays on High
Feb 17, 2008 (4:39 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 144 Re: Blower stays on High [tysmith14]
Feb 19, 2008 (1:19 pm)
Does anyone read these?????????? Comments????????
#30 of 144 Re: Blower stays on High [tysmith14]
Feb 19, 2008 (10:52 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 144 Re: Blower stays on High [tidester]
Feb 21, 2008 (8:17 am)
sometimes when you turn it off the fan completely shuts off or sometimes it will stay on and blow air.
#32 of 144 Re: Blower stays on High [tysmith14]
Feb 21, 2008 (11:22 am)
It may be the blower resistor pack. I'll leave it to the experts here to further diagnose. Anyone?
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#33 of 144 Re: Expedition switches from the panel to the defrost vents when engine is rev. [killbinladen]
Mar 11, 2008 (6:37 am)
There are a number of areas that you need to check for vacuum leaks. From the head unit (the controls) to the canister in the engine compartment. It could even be a small evap leak elsewhere that is keeping the system from maintaining enough vacuum under high load conditions.
#34 of 144 Re: gas fumes [tony66]
Mar 20, 2008 (3:57 pm)
found the problem after 6 months steel spark plugs into aluminum block when you change them have to get all carbon out or they will not seal right
#35 of 144 2006 Expy, no heat to rear/roof vents
Jan 22, 2009 (10:37 am)
I'm able to get great heat from the front but no heat makes it out the roof vents. same holds true for A/C. i noticed some folks mentioned the blend door as a possible issue. Would that cause this problem? is this a dealer repair or is it something that can be fixed/accessed easily?
Thanks for any input