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SOURCE: Ford Expedition 2002 Front Heater blows cold air below 45 MPH

impeller is made of plastic on teh water pump and its slipping and spinning on the shaft renew before weather warms up as engine will overheat

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: The heater do not work in my 2001 ford expedition

sounds like your thermostat is not working (stuck closed). if the hose on top is soft after several minutes of engine running this is definitely the problem. good luck

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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SOURCE: heater is blowing but its cold air not hot air 2000 expedition

Make sure the heater core is in the open position by using the shut off valve and turning it to open. next, you may have a malfunction in the direction door the directs the air flow in the dash. a lever may have become lose or separated. may be a bad servo motor not directing the door to move to the heater position. i would start by checking that shut off valve first on the heater core.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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SOURCE: my heater is not blowing hot air in my 2000 ford

Check the heater control valve and see if it's operating properly. This should be on or close to the firewall behind the engine. There will be coolant hoses attached to it. There should be an arm or lever on the valve which is attached to a cable coming from inside the car. Moving the heater temperature control inside the car should cause this arm to move, thereby allowing hot coolant to enter the heater core. If this arm doesn't move freely, you don't get heat.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you flush out a heater core in a 2002 ford

No reason to. It is normally flushed out all the time by normal use. Sediment builds up in the engine and radiator, not heater. If the heater not getting hot enough, it is most likely the engine thermostat or the heater control valve. When you start a cold engine, the main radiator hose to the thermostat should stay cold for about 5 minutes, until the engine is totally up to temperature. Only then should the thermostat open and allow that hose to instantly get hot. If it slowly gets warm, then it is stuck open and needs replacement.

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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I only have luke warm air coming out my ford expedition (2002) does NOT overheat ! i had it flushed out and new anti freeze put in . still kuke warm air


When you said you had it flushed out, were you talking about the radiator or the heater core. The heater core is a miniature radiator. It can get gummed up just like the big one. You will probably have to remove the heater core and have it rodded out by a radiator shop. If you have done that already then there is a problem with the regulator for the heater. Usually it is a simple valve type open and close system to allow more or less hot water into the heater core.

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If the engine is reaching normal temp, and both heater hoses are hot, you may have a problem with a blend door under the dash.

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have you checked the coolant level? also the hoses after the engine has been running for a while should be more than warm, they should be hot. the in hose should be so hot you can not hold on to it for long.

you may have a plugged heater core, try removing hoses to front and rear units and use a water hose to flush, do this good, start withfront one stick hose on one hose and see what comes out the other end of the core, then which to other end of the core, you may need a small hose about 3ft to slide onto heater core end to then put hose nozzle on the other end of small hose then hit handle to force water through. do this to both cores.

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My 2002 Ford Expedition has a stuck a.c., it doesn't heat up. I replaced the Temperature control unit and the motor for my heater actuator, still no heat? Please help?


Its a faulty heater control valve that is located in between the engine and the heater core or just before the firewall.

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No hot air is due to low coolant, or even poor coolant flow. The engine heats up the coolant, and it passed through your heater core, and the heater blower motor pushes air through the heater core to warm up the air. If your "fan"is working, but the air is cold, make sure your coolant level is good.

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The heater in my 2002 Expedition quit blowing out hot air. We flushed & filled the radiator, took the hoses off and ran water through the heater core and finally changed the thermostat. Still after...


two things that I have seen cause that problem is the blend door get stuck or stop working and the Heater Control Valve go bad and stop the hot coolent from going to the heater core. I hope this info helps

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How do you flush out a heater core in a 2002 ford expedition


No reason to. It is normally flushed out all the time by normal use. Sediment builds up in the engine and radiator, not heater. If the heater not getting hot enough, it is most likely the engine thermostat or the heater control valve. When you start a cold engine, the main radiator hose to the thermostat should stay cold for about 5 minutes, until the engine is totally up to temperature. Only then should the thermostat open and allow that hose to instantly get hot. If it slowly gets warm, then it is stuck open and needs replacement.

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Ford Expedition 2002 Front Heater blows cold air below 45 MPH


impeller is made of plastic on teh water pump and its slipping and spinning on the shaft renew before weather warms up as engine will overheat

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coolant level is fine still no heat

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