2010 ford escape hybrid, what do you set the temp control to get heat in cold mornings

Asked by Oct 01, 2013 at 11:42 PM about the 2010 Ford Escape Hybrid AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Turn the knob towards the red and not the blue and make sure that you have it set on heat all so

this is also for command start which I tried and let it on for 15 minutes and the engine doesn't start to create heat

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To verify auxiliary coolant flow pump operation, allow the vehicle to cool in a cool location. Start the engine and let the engine idle until it shuts down automatically. Select the FLOOR mode on the HVAC module at the highest temperature setting and HI blower speed. If the auxiliary coolant flow pump is inoperative or is not producing adequate coolant flow, the passenger compartment air discharge temperature will quickly decrease and further diagnosis is required. If the auxiliary coolant flow pump is operating normally, the passenger compartment air discharge temperature will remain steady, or slowly decrease.

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