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On a 1998 F150 4.6L 2wheel drive where will i finde the heater control valve??

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  • peterhartman Oct 05, 2009

    looked on both heater hoses and cen't find anything.

    can there be a other location it may be placed??

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It's called the "air door acuator"
It's up in the dash, next to the heater core.
There is no heater control valve, coolant flows through the heater core continously. Temperature is electronically controlled by a mode door inside the case that commonly breaks down
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The heater control valve will be located in one of the heater hoses under the hood. Usually near the heater core box. If the lever is working don't assume the valve is. Sometimes you have to take it out of the hose and check it, the lever may move and not actually open the valve.

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