no drivers side heat

Asked by Jan 30, 2016 at 01:59 PM about the 2005 Ford Freestar Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the drivers side heat and defrost is blowing cool air when the passenger side
and rear vents are heating air normally please help

3 Answers

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Sound like it would be a HVAC actuator, but there are different ones for your vehicle, I wouldn't know which one. They are a electrical part under the dash. Check out this sight......http://www.carid.com/2005-ford-freestar-air-conditioning-heating-parts/dorman-air-door-actuator-34137747.html

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It's the blend door actuator on the driver side. there are 2 above the gas petal. You want to change the lower one. it controls the tempt for driver side. I just changed mine today

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I've already had it changed once. It's currently +2 above zero outside.

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