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A/C Coolant Valve?

Where is the valve to add A/C Coolant on a 2001 Ford F150?

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I only get cold air in the cab 2001 ford f150 5.4 triton. I checked coolant and have no problem. I checked the heater hoses and they are both getting hot. Blend door also opens and closes normally.

You have a Heater Valve inline with one of your heater hoses. It has a single vacuum hose going to it. Check your vacuum source first, also pull a vacuum on the valve itself to see if it holds a vacuum. If the valve doesn't hold vacuum-replace it. If you aren't getting vacuum to the valve, then something is wrong with your climate control(heater setting/ac) or the plastic vacuum line is cracked somewhere between your knobs, through the firewall, to the valve itself.

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If you mean a valve in one of the heater hoses, it cuts hot water off from flowing thru the heater core. Its controlled by the temp switch on the dash.

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If your using oil noticably,you can add piston ring and cylinder wear to that.

You could do a cylinder leak down test. That will help diagnose the issues, to some extent,if done correctly.

BUT--there is NO fix in a bottle for engine wear.
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How to flush and change the antifreeze on a 2001 mercury grand marquis

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