Heater seems to be going out and blowing cool air, especially if i turn fan on high.

Asked by Feb 09, 2016 at 08:11 AM about the 2013 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I turn the heat on high, and defrost, or even without defrost it seems like it is starting to go out. Very cool air, and barely any warm air. Was really hot, just starting to go out.

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76,365

Either the thermostat needs replacing or the blend door actuator under the dash is bad.

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Are these typically expensive repairs or is it something my husband, who is somewhat car savvy can get a part to repair? Thanks so much for your fast response by the way!

76,365

Well checking the coolant is easy enough, The blend door actuator can be in a difficult spot to get at as it is under the dash. Wouldn't take long for someone familiar in doing this to do so.

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Pull switch inside car & check little colored hoses are all in tac !

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