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1999 ford expedetion

No heat in the front but rear vent yes

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  • sircasper2 Dec 05, 2008

    where front heater core located at

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    where do I find the door lock code?

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I hade the same problem it is your blend door or blend door actuator which are easy fixes and can be accessed by taking out your glove box.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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You don't know it's the heater or the blend door until the heater control head had been diagnosed,you might and probably don't need a heater core.

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You have 2 heator cores one in fron and one in back the one in front needs to be replaced let me knoe if you need help locating it

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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