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It was working fine yesterday but this morning I had no heat. The blower works, I can change the direction of the air flow, I checked the fuse and looks good. What is it? I am taking the kids on a road trip up north on WED and need to get this thing fixed.
what is the temp on the engine showing? Is it lower than normal? If so you need a thermostat. Easy and quick fix. Hope that helps.
2006 F150 XLT 4X4 SuperCrew, 5.4L 3V Triton V8
3.55LS,Trailer Tow Package, XLT Chrome Package
Power Pedals and Rear Window, 18" Stock Rims
Heated side view mirrors, Back up Sensors
My other vehicle is a John Deere
I have checked the hoses - they are warm
Checked the fuse - good
Temp - normal
After a little more looking I found that the heat is working and I think it may be the blend flap. I noticed warm air coming out on the passengers side floor. I switched the air control to the floor only and cranked the air up. It was all hot then I switched to the front of the dash and it was still hot. I think I am hearing alittle more noise when I switch the air flow and when I switch between hot and cold. I am leaning towards the flap or actuator or both as being faulty. The only thing is I have not been able to find information on how to fix it.