Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
First of all see if temp gauge (after warming up) is getting up to normal temp ,were you have normally seen it, if not I would replace the thermostat next check the heater hoses. are kinda a bear cat to get to but you need to check to see if they are both getting hot and about equal temp one to the other,if the hoses are both getting hot and the temp is getting up to the normal mark,then it is very probably that you have a blend door or blend door motor problem, which are very extremely involved and if you are not a highly skilled tech I would not recommend it . It requires pulling the complete dash out of the vehicle to remove the heater box from under the dash, this is very common problem with this year ford expedition, sorry I don't have better news ,but hopefully your lucky and its only a thermostat problem
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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