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Heater blowing out cool air on 2002 f-150 truck

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Check the heater hoses at the firewall where they go into the heater core, see if they are hot, if they are the blend door in the air ducts is the problem, if they are not the thermostat is stuck open and engine is running cold.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford F250, the heater does not blow hot air

check the heater temp. control pot under the hood, inline on one of your heater hoses, it may be sticking causing hot water to only get to your heater core when the engine is at high r.p.m.s

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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I just had this problem its air bubbles in the lines. Either drive up and down hills with the overflow hole plugged, or there also should be a release valve somewhere near the water pump.

Posted on Dec 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Heater is blowing cold air. Could it be that my

Had similar problem. The actuator that opens & closes the air blend door quit working. This is easy to see if you remove glove box. The actuator will move when you adjust the temp selector (do this while the heater is running).

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: heater will not blow warm air, only blows cool air

Sounds like the thermostat is jammed, I would replace it anyhow for how much it will cost, or possibly the heater matrix, thats the small radiator inside the car behind the dash that takes the hot water in and the fan then blows the heat through the vents, this may be blocked doubtful though more likely the thermostat be careful driving the car in case it overheats and blows the gasket.

It could just be air locked, meaning if you have topped the water up lately or put anti freeze in it it has pulled some air in the water system, much like your house heating you will have to bleed it.

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

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Heater blows cold air


This is from Lifewire: If your heater was blowing lukewarm instead of cold, a thermostat that was stuck open would have been a potential cause. Another common problem is when air gets into the cooling system. Since the heater core is often the high point in a cooling system, air can move into it and become trapped.

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Try flushing the cooling system. The heater core us probably clogged. A flush may clean it out. Good luck.

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You likely have a restriction in the heater coolant hose circuit - perhaps a coolant control valve not fully opening, or a kinked hose.
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