Question about 2006 Ford Explorer
Posted by Anonymous on
There is a diversion valve that closes off the heater core. If there is an air pocket or if pressure bypasses that could cause the thump. And allow the heater core to warm up and in turn cause the ac not to blow as cold. It is like having the heat and the ac on at the same time. To fix this make sure cooling system is free of air, and check the diversion valve to ensure proper working.
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