Question about 2005 Lincoln LS
The solution lies in determining if the heater control is bad or the heater control valve is bad.
If you remove the heater control and using a ohm meter check the resistance on the control while disconnected from everything. When connected to the ohm meter you can turn the control knob and you should see less resistance as the knob moves from cold to hot. If the control checks out then it likely to be the valve assembly. Just order a new heater valve and replace.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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