Question about 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty
I have automatic air conditioning and heating and air conditioning works fine
but can not get any heat out of it always blows cool air temperatures says it goes up to 90 but it never blows out warm air how do I get my heater to pump out some heat
Could be a couple of things. The first thing that I would check would be the coolant level in the radiator, if that is low it can cause the heater not to blow hot air. The second thing I would find out is if the control to change from cold to hot is actually working? ( if it is a manual slider then the cable might have come off of the control behind the dash...if it is digital then there may be a wire off?) The third thing it might be is that your Heater Core went bad and will need to replaced. As I said above, I would check the coolant level first and go from there. Hope it helps!
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