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If the ac is working correctly,then the temp door actuator motor is the problem,it is located on top of the blower box,open the glove box,and remove the keepers to allow the door on the glove box to lay down,look up,and to the left,towards the drivers side,on top of the blower box there is a flat looking box with a wire connector ,with multi wires on the connector.It has three screws holding it to the blower box,the rear one will be a pickle to remove.The actuator motor has to be replaced to fix the problem.

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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SOURCE: Temperature Control not working on 1999 Ford Explorer

Sounds like your temperature actuator is not moving or your temp door is broken. On max a-c ,coolant is shut off to your heater core allowing only cold air in.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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SOURCE: A/C blowing hot air in 2005 Lincoln LS

It could be the dccv or the evap. discharge sensor,driver's temp sensor or pass temp sensor. Without hooking up a tester to read pids there is no way to tell. I would recommend going to someone that has the ids tester to read pids. good luck.

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SOURCE: 99 Ford Explorer---Heater problem--No hot air?

heater control valve..heater core clogged ..circulation to heater control valve weak restricted or closed..do a radiator flush and fill thoroughly backflushing the heater lines with heater open all the way...if no smell or leaks inside cabin passenger area or losing coolant you should fix teh problem... other issue could be control head not opening blend doors properly

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SOURCE: ac blowing hot air on 2005 lincoln ls. just sarted today

Needs to be recharged and you more than likely have a leak somewhere

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 ford explorer that has no heater control

the next thing to check would be the selector motors, these motors are what move door to get floor or defrost or vent air and also hot/cold air, look under the dash try to find them, there bolted to heater box,there are 3, locate one by one then move every control and watch to see linkage move find the one that doesnt move and thats your problem, hope this helps.heres a picture to help you know what it looks like.7d37251.gif

Posted on Jan 20, 2010

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