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I have a 2005 Van Ford Freestar LTD. I have had the heater flushed and a new thermostat installed. If I set the temperature at the highest degree 32C it will be too hot. If I turn it down to 29C it will blow cold air forever. If I turn it back up to 32C it will roast you out. I would appreciate help on this.

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The problem is in the temperature control module. It is a pretty common problem with the Freestar. I would suggest going to the salvage yard and getting one. It will save you a lot of money. Another problem is the fuel system. And the lift gate. There are recalls on both of these. They haven't recalled the temperature control module yet. But they are eventually going to I would think.

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