My A/C won't blow hot air in the front or back. I turn it hot and it starts to get hot then goes back cool.

Asked by Nov 03, 2012 at 11:12 PM about the 2000 Ford Expedition XLT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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The cheapest and fastest things do are , change your cars thermostat & make sure you have enough antifreeze in your radiator ....

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i was gonna say what friar said. you should start with that. and if it doesent work it can get a little pricy.

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Ford, i wish i had a dollar for every ACTUATOR DOOR malfunction, dude, if the engine temperature is normal/average, (not over heating or too cool), leave the thermostat alone, most common are the door actuators, and or clogged heater core...if you need help in diagnosing either message me

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There is a heater control vavle that goes along with it that is controlled mech. Now since I have one control for front and for the back that would mean I have an aux. Unit right. Becsuse if I dont it would be controlled by a vacum line. Do yall think I should try that. The temp of the vehicle runs normal and I flushed the radiator system with CLR and filled it back up with anti freeze.

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