Question about 2005 Ford Escape
When my ford escape 2005 v-6 is warmed up and the heater is on it goes fromwarm toocold on its own.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check radiator fluid level. The heater core sets higher than the engine. If fluid gets low, air bubbles will go to the highest point. The heater core. Check temperature guage. Is engine warming up to normal range? If not change the thermostat. Also check radiator cooling fans with engine warm.
On my car if I set the heater control on anything other than "vent" both cooling fans come on and the engine will not warm up. (still haven't figured that one out) I just run the heater in "vent"
If heater warms up when engine is held at high idle(2000rpms) then cools down at idle, you most likely have air traped in the system.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
on the evap box there is a control mtr that switches the hot cold door. these mtrs are prone to failure. the other problem that i have seen is that the door breakes in side the evap box and that means removing the box to replace the door . if i remeber correctly you may have to slide the dash back to gain assces to the control mtr to test it good luck
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: 2005 Escape starter replacement
take the negative side off the battery put the car on ramps secure the rear end so it does not roll and if you need a diagram for removing and installing the starter try autozone
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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