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2008 Ranger cools ok , but no heat .


The temp knob has a vacuum switch on it. A vacuum line goes from the intake manifold to the control. When you turn to cold, the vacuum switch sends vacuum to the valve to close and shut off heater core.

Aug 03, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Ac works no heat


Could be problem with temp door? Do the heater hoses get hot? Does the engine reach normal operating temp? if not, check your thermostat. Can you check coolant flow through heater core? All I can do is list some possibilities.

May 17, 2016 | 2008 Ford Ranger 2WD

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No heat but a/c ok


Either your heater blend door is stuck or the vacuum line to the blend door has fallen off.
Was your heater working before? It is possible that the heater core was bypassed due to a leak (not uncommon in Ford products).

May 14, 2015 | 2008 Ford Ranger 2WD

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2008 Ford Ranger heater blows cold air regardless of thermostat position.


Several things can cause a no heat condition. Try this - After the engine is warmed up turn on the heater and place you hand on the two heater hoses (CAUTION THEY WILL BE HOT)- if one is hotter than the other you may have a clogged heater core. The problem could also be as simple as the heat door not opening under the dash.

Oct 02, 2012 | 2008 Ford Ranger

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Heater blowes cold air in 2008 ford ranger


air trapped in cooling system. need to burp it out.

Oct 26, 2011 | 2008 Ford Ranger

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2008 ford ranger. antifreeze is coming in and out of heater core, fans works, diverter works from floor to defrost etc however no heat


check the hoses going into heater core. are they hot with heater on! if not make sure you have a proper amount of coolant in it. if coolant is ok and all is fine. change thermostat. good-day ! if hoses are not hot its a possibility, that the thermostat is sticking closed and not letting hot coolant through system.

Oct 01, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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The fan works, air conditioning works, but the air wont heat up(knob turns to hot on thermostat). is it a vacuum hose problem, and how do we get to it?


The most common cause of this in the Ranger and the Explorer is that a part called the air temeperature control blend door acuator or the blend door shaft that the electric actuator moves has broken, this door is what shuttles between the heater core and the AC core and provides either heated or cooled air, or a blend of the two hot and cold air streams.

Dec 26, 2010 | 2008 Ford Ranger 2WD

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My 2008 ford ranger has a heater that wont get hot.w/temp knob full hot, cold air. Checked fuses. I heard about a "door" inside the heater that can get "stuck", but just rumor. It...


hi Planeman.
Why is the heater in my car not working? Ken Mattson, owner of Len's Automotive in Bellevue, Wash., says a car heater can stop working for a number of reasons, including: A low antifreeze/water level in the radiator due to a leak in the cooling system. A bad thermostat that isn't allowing the engine to properly warm up.11 Dec 2013

Why Isn't My Car Heater Working? ' Angie's List

https://www.angieslist.com/articles/why-isnt-my-car-heater-working.htm Search for: Why is the heater in my car not working?
Why is my car heater not blowing hot air?Hot coolant from the engine passes through a heater core, which looks and functions a lot like a small radiator, and a blower motor forces air through it. ... It's also the reason that a plugged heater core, stuck thermostat, or air in the cooling system can all cause a car's heater to blow cold.9 Jul 2017When Your Car Heater Blows Cold Air - Lifewirehttps://www.lifewire.com/when-your-heater-blows-cold-air-534667
How do you fix the heat in your car?Begin with the vehicle on level ground, engine off (cold) in park with the emergency brake set.Heater Controls. Step 1 - A heater cannot operate unless the engine is full of coolant/antifreeze. ...Refilling Cooling System. ...Engine Thermostat. ...Blend Door Actuator. ...Broken Vacuum Line. ...Heater Control Valve. ...Vacuum Gauge. ...Heater Core.How to Fix a Car Heater in Under 30 Minutes - 2CarPros
What are the symptoms of a bad thermostat?A motor with a bad thermostat will run fine for the first few minutes, then overheatrapidly. Other symptoms include the engine and radiator making a rumbling, gurgling, boiling sound: like a steam pipe knock, if you've ever heard one of those. A thermostat sticking open can make your heater not work in the winter.Auto, Car, Truck THERMOSTAT Repair bad thermostat symptoms
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My 2008 Ford Ranger's heater is blowing cool air and not heating. What could the problem be?


In my case was the Temperature Blend Door Actuator (electric motor inside is weak) this is very usual in Ford Ranger 2008. For all models part Number 19E616 AA.
1. Open the Gloves Box all the way down (is very simple, you will see it).
2. A white little box in front of you with a electric connector. That is the part to replace (see pic below).
3. Only 3 screws 5/16" and the electric connector (with a clip) The access is bad to the back screw, but I did it in like 2 hrs. Ford Dealer is going to charge you 6.3 hrs. because they remove the air bag.


Use a Combination Wrench (small) and a Roto Ratchet (small) this is all you need and lots of patience. You will get tired just rest and try little later.


Good luck.

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Nov 06, 2010 | 1996 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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No heat in cab in ford ranger 2005 tied heater


check if both heater hoses going into firewall are hot.. if only one is hot then your heater core is stopped up..you can take both lines loose and take a water hose and back flush,,, force hose on one inlet of heater core for a minute and then the other.. keep going to you get a good flow...make sure heater valve is open, not just valve position take loose and confirm clear..last make sure your thermostat is not stuck open keeping engine from comming up to temperature

Jan 04, 2010 | 2005 Ford Ranger

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