Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
I get warm air on the passenger side in my 2000 LS. This just started resently. I only have 61K on the car. Can I get help from anyone for this issue.
You probably need to replace your dual climate control valve (aka Heater valve) This regulates how much hot coolant each heater core gets. When it malfunctions it either doesn't turn on or doesn't turn off. So either you get limited or no heat on one side (or both sides) or you get warm air when your ac is on, usually out of one side and not the other. Mine went out at 50-60K and I had hot air blowing on my feet in 90deg weather. If you are not under warrant I would recommend purchasing one yourself and taking to a trustworty mechanic. It only takes about 45 min to replace but the dealer will charge you several hundered for the unit plus several hours of labor. Rockauto sells them for about 170, I managed to find mine online a couple years ago for 115.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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