Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
I am having a problem getting the heat in my 2001 Ford Expedition to get hot
First where is the coolant temp at on the gauge, If the water isnt getting to 180 to 210 then you may have a stuck open thermostat.. Its also possible your water pump impellers are deteriorated to the point they dont push enough water. This is all based on knowing that noone put stop leak in the system. Stop leak could clog the heater core but not effect the engine and it could of caused the themostat to stick open. Also its possible your climate control knob is bad. I've seen then crack. Pull it off and look. Also listen with the fan on. Listen for the doors changing. Also do you have duel climate control. If you have heat in the back but not in the front then i'd suspect a control issue. If you have the same front anfd back I would suspect a coolant issue.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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