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SOURCE: heater blowing hot even after changing bulkhead valve no air-con

Theres a door under the dash that directs air over the heater core if it is broken then you will not get heat but you will still have a/c.To fix it you will have to take dash apart.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford Ka heater control pnel

you can buy a pair of 2 prongs that fit into sides of panel and then you just pull it out. i was told halfords sell them for couple of quid. good luck

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford ka heater problem

Sounds like you need the heater core flushed or a new thermostat.Sounds like you needed the valve replaced but have since developed a new problem.

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Ford Ka keeps blowing hot air. Aircon can be

May be your heater/AC control unit in the dash if you have already replaced the mixing valve for the heater.Must be a problem. I just responded to the same issue for a 2004 Focus.

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 ford ranger 3.0 L

Flow is from engine to heater control valve to heater core back to engine. IE the hose with the valve is the heater IN,

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Your heater control valve is faulty, these are a common fault and are mounted on the bulkhead with 2 rubber hoses and a 2 wire plug in the side. They are commonly found on ford ka and ford fiesta. A copy part can be bought from eBay for £30. Not much point in buying one 2nd hand as they commonly fail. Hope this is of help.

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A cold heater is most likely a bad solenoid valve. This pulses off and on to give the required water flow into the heater matrix. It seems a common fault that this solenoid fails or the valve itself gets blocked. Ford parts are expensive (£50?) and scrap yards don't seem to have them. A competent DIY'er can do the job in about an hour if they have the replacement part. Requires taking off the cover between bonnet and windscreen and grovelling down behind the bulkhead (apparently). I know all this 'cos I need to do the same - my daughter's Ka has the same problem!

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