Question about 1997 Ford Expedition
Sounds like the heater control actuator/door isn't opening. Should be under the dash middle to passengers side... on the heater box. The temp switch on the dash causes the actuator to open and close the baffle/door. It may have an arm thet moves the door or it might be that the actuator itself mounts to the heater box. With vehicle running, turn the temp control and watch to see if the actuator is moving. One actuator will move to position the defrost/mix/vent/floor... usually on the drivers side middle... the other should open the heater blend door. Usually hard to get to on most vehicles. Hope this helps, Mike
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
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