Not much heat coming out of my 2000 expedition

Asked by Jan 15, 2014 at 12:42 AM about the 2000 Ford Expedition XLT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Same thing happened to me, turned out to be my blower motor.

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put fresh coolant...recommend an arctic type at this time of year and a NEW thermostat that opens at 195-200 degrees...check the wobble in the waterpump and the weep hole at the bottom for drips~ ....next would look at the control flap for the heater core flow~...sometimes they get bent and rusted~

of course the blower, resistor pack and switch....check them things too~

you may as well change the cabin filter while you're up in there~ https://www.google.com/#q=2000+expedition+cabin+air+filter&tbm=shop

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I didn't see it mentioned, but it could be that your heater core is stopped up and needs to be flushed or replaced.

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good catch ole-timer~ back at the shop we had a 1/2 nipple what had a shroeder valve in the middle of it, connect one end to the garden hose the other ends to the ...wish I could find a consumer-level equivalent of this...western tool....NO, McMaster-Carr....NO, Grainger....NO....such a simple goodie ya gotta make your own tho-

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