Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a 99 ford also. the same thing happened to me. this is a few things i did to solve the problem.... my knob to turn from heat to cool was stripped out. i glued it and it worked for awhile. after that it did the same thing again. then i found out that my thermostat was bad and was not letting the fluid flow thur the heater core. after fixing that and adding the fluid to the max i have not had any other problems with it.... hope this helps you.... try the knob first.....
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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First, check all the fuses with a test light to see if any are blown. If all fuses are good, remove the center console part the houses the HVAC controls and radio. Once removed, check for loose connection or any unplugged connectors. If all that checks out, the problem may be the control panel itself. These are problematic and prone to fail.
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