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Where are the blend doors located in a 1997 ford expedition

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The temperature blend door actuator is located on the right side of the transmission hump under the evap. case. The floor ducts cover it.

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Remove sail panel cover for mirror, remove screw. Remove window switch cover and remove screw. Remove courtesy lamp lens on door and remove screw. Remove inside door handle trim cover and remove 8mm bolt and handle. Lift upwards and remove door panel.

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Open the glove box,and look on top of ac/heater box toward the center of vehicle,it should be setting right there.

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This is a big job. You have to drop steering colum, dash, etc. about 6-8 hour job just to get to the heater core where the blend door is located. Go to youtube and look for video on "heater core replacement ". The video is great. they show you all the hidden bolts and screws. The door is on the front side of heater core. It costs about 15-20 bucks at oreillys auto parts. A tough job for a cheap part. Good luck. I did mine in 2 days. First day disassemble and 2nd day assemble. Take your time. The dealer will charge you 800-1200 dollars for the job.

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Lonnie. This is a hard job but heres your answer. I have done this twice myself but it was for heater core replacement the blend door is connected to the heater core assembly. Go to youtube and search "ford expedition heater core replacement". This video is outstanding the guy who made it points to all the hidden screws and bolts. It is an all day job just getting to the heater core. You have to drop the steering column and take off the whole dash to get to the door. both times i did this it took me 2 days. One day to disassemble and the next day to assemble. If you take to dealer be prepared to spend between 900-1200 dollars. The climate door only cost about 20 bucks. God bless you and keep me posted.

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You need to google 2001 f150 blend door actuator replacement. It is slightly right of center above the plastic duct work for the floor area. All lower dashboard plastic is removed to get at it.
Then the ducting is removed.
http://www.autozone.com/repairguides/Ford-Pick-Ups-Expedition-Navigator-1997-2000/Heating-and-Air-Conditioning/Blend-Door-Actuator/_/P-0900c152801e55ed

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I have a 1997 Ford Expedition that the heat in the front is only blowing cold, but the heat in the back works propper. I was told that it might be the blend door actuator but I can't find it. I need...


Looks like it sits on top of the heater housing left of the blower. You may be able to see it by removing the glove box. These things tend to strip their plastic gears. If you heard a lot of clicking before it failed, that is what happened.

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My 1997 ford expedition is only blowing cold air, is there a fuse i could change or is it the heater core?


Sounds like the common blend door failure on the Expedition. The problem is either with the heater core not getting hot, or the blend door not diverting air through the core. This is a common problem that Fords have. It is caused by the blend door getting stuck. This door is located behind the glove box and it controls the flow of Heat and A/C. Its probably stuck or broken, allowing the cold air from outside to come in instead of the heat from the heater core.
The heater core is difficult to change on the Ford trucks. They have it buried in the plenum box and you have to remove the steering wheel, steering column, dash, evacuate the refrigerant system, drain the radiator, and remove the plenum box to get to the core.

Replacing the core is easy, getting to it is a day's work. The Expedition is particularly difficult to get to. It is almost above the transmission tunnel and well buried behind the dash. The Expedition uses the same plenum box as the F150, so any information on that system applies to the Expedition/Navigator.

You need to be sure that the heater core is really the problem before tackling this job. If you have a pool of coolant on the floor, you'll have to go after the core. If the problem is lack of heat, there are some things you need to eliminate before tearing into the truck. You need to make sure that coolant is flowing through the core. Check the temperature of the heater hoses going into the firewall when the engine is cool and see if they warm up together as the engine warms up. If both hoses get hot at about the same rate, this is a good indication that coolant is flowing through the core. You can also remove the hoses and flush the core with a water hose splice from Home Depot and a water hose. Water should flow unobstructed through the core.

If it appears that coolant is flowing and you don't have obvious leaks, the next step is to check the blend door. This door controls the air flow through the heater core and failure is common on Ford trucks. When the door breaks, it can block the flow of air through the core and kill heat and will also have an impact on AC. If the system seems to work intermittently, it's a good indication that the door is broken and rattling around randomly blocking or opening the passage to the core.

For diagnostic information on how to check the operation of the blend door and a cheap easy fix, check the heatertreater listing on Ebay or the web site at heatertreater.net. The dealer fix for the blend door is basically the same procedure for replacing the heater core, so it will be expensive. The HeaterTreater alternative will solve the problem at a fraction of the cost and work and is well within the capability of the average shade tree mechanic.

You can try to fix it yourself if you check THIS VIDEO: Ford Expedition Lincoln Navigator


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The heater on my car doesn't work? it just blows but just the fun or the ac works no heat


The blend door is probably bad. One way to tell this is if you can get cold air out of the back ac.

The blend door is up inside your ac duct. It is a very cheap part but hard to get to. Just google ford blend door and you can come up with step by step solutions with pictures.

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Under the middle of the dash is a part called a blend door actuator it is located between the floor board and the heater housing. It control the door that opens and closes allowing heat to exchange.These go out all the time.

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