Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
Not sure about the belt as the same belt that drvies the AC, also drives everything else. Check for leaks, or if teh compressor has stopped working. Try to turn on the AC and look at the clutch to see if it engages,
As always, when looking at your engine with it runing, be careful, there are moving parts. Make sure you have no loose hanging clothes or jewelry on, wear safety glasses and gloves.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
Hi check the belt which is driving the AC.May be that belt might have damaged. so might have stopped driving the AC. replace the belt.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Listen and see if the vent flap is moving from the hot position, to the cold position. If that's working then the evaporator may be clogged. It sits inside the same box that the heater core is inside of and if it becomes clogged with hair or dust, then it wont allow the blower to blow through it. But it would then bring hot air through the vents because the heater core is there too.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
If the system does not have a major leak it could just be normal leak down through the hoses. If it is still pressurized you should be able to get a can of refrigerant (R134A) and a hose to put it in with from your local parts house or even Walmart. Unless you can see oil seeping out from hose connections or fittings it is reasonable to assume the system is not damaged.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
check on http://expeditionforum.com/index.php
I rem someone fixing it seems like it was nothing more than fixing a cold solder joint.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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