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2004 ford explorer heat only works when i give it gas

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I have a 97 chevy Astro van that is the same. Some vehicles have low circulation water pumps that do not generate enough pressure in the coolant system at idle and the rpms need to be elevated above 1,000 to circulate the coolant through the heater core. Unfortunately there is nothing that can be done, however a heater core backflush may help the situation. Hope this helps!!

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Check the fluid. And Check the vacuum to heater control valve. And as well as to the dash climate control ctr.



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Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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Open hood and listen for vacuum leak sound. pcv hose is most likley cause.

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I have a 2004 ford explorer the heat is not working.

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Check the heater control valve, when u switch to heating mode, this valve is supposed to open, allowing hot engine coolant into the heater core under the dash, it is not opening the valve, the clicking is the sound from it attempting to open the valve.

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