Question about 2008 Ford Escape
HEATER WORKS WHEN IT WANTS TO. SOMETIMES HEAT WORKS BUT WHEN I TURN IT DOWN AIR BECOMES COLD AND STAYS COLD. I TURN OFF THE ENGINE A FEW MINUTES AND WHEN I RESTART THE ENGINE I SOMETIMES GET HEAT BUT MOST OF THE TIME I GET COLD AIR BLOWING.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
guys have you checked for a vaccum leak????? there is a little plastic ball with a vaccum line going to it that controls the outside air coming in. check for a leak in this line
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
you need to check the blend door in the heater box it maybe broken or stuck.the blend door switches between the heater core and ac evaporator to provide a mix of temperature
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Feel the heater hoses when it blows cold air--they should be quite hot when the engine is up to temperature. If ok, then either the control center in the dash has a problem or an air-duct vacuum-controlled-valve has a problem with sticking in one position. The truck is too new to have bad vacuum lines, but one may have a kink that is causing a problem. Check around the engine and the dash control panel for a loose or split vacuum line.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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