Question about Ford Festiva
Where can I find the fuse for the A/C on a 1997 Ford festiva GLXi
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
CHECK THE COOLANT LEVEL. IF IT IS TOO LOW, THEN THE HEATER CORE WILL NOT GIVE YOU HEAT LIKE IT IS SUPPOSE TO. OR PERHAPS THE HEATER CORE IS CLOGGED. CHECK IT OUT AND KEEP ME POSTED PLEASE. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA AND FOR AN HONEST RATING TOO. GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: 1997 Ford E150 5.4 L
you have a nylon vacuum line running from the engine intake manifold with a vacuum reservoir tied ino it, that runs through the firewall, usually by the passenger side, and runs to the heater controls. If there is a leak, the system fails to defrost as required by law.
WHen you are going up a hill, you use up the vacuum and revert to the vacuum storage canister to get you over the hill, when vacuum is restored.
So, find the leak. The vacuum stoagre canister line has a one way check valve to prevent loss of vacuum on shut down.
It might be easier to remove the passenger fender for access.
Also, remove the dog house and you can run a new line from the engine to the canister under the dog house seal.
vac reservoir, pass side
Posted on Aug 22, 2011
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