My front heat does not work, Just blows cold air, I have changed the heat nob and that did not help, Also checked the flaps that adjust the air flo both work fine, it just blows cold air like it is on ait conditioning, Both water lines at the heater core are warm, the rear heat works great, what next?? This is a 1997 Ford F-350 Club Wagon
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The air is mixed and routed inside the dash by some flaps. In your case the flap that regulates the mixing of hot and cold air for the passenger side is broken or stuck in the cold position.
The only way to fix that is to remove the dash , access the air system and fix the flap.
hi, the new cars have a flap to change HOT or COLD temperature, if the control cable brocken, come out of the fixing. the flap is CLOSED. meaning like a 2 way FLAP one way HEAT the other COLD. this is a good sytem it can adjust very little HEAT or very little COLD depends on where the control is set. gerry
Vacumn hose to operate flap is damaged or somebody kicked on outside of plastic cowl holding flap in place on floorboard,or cable going to slide mechanism,not funtioning....if flap in open position going to get cold air ,has to shut,to bypass fresh air intake,an let only heated air through.....
Yeah Ron, the flap that covers the heater core is open and when you're moving the air is pushed over the heater core and into the cab your in. Possibly just a vacuum line of that controls said flap. Check all vacuum lines for good proper connection to these flaps because all of them are vacuum actuated.