My heat is not working on my 2000 Ford expedition

Asked by Feb 18, 2016 at 07:53 PM about the 2000 Ford Expedition XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My air works but my heat is not working it want
blow out any hot air

6 Answers

How do I get my heat to work

73,055

Sounds like you may need the thermostat changed. Does the temp. gauge on the dash show normal? or is it low.

Shows it normal if it was the thermostat wouldn't it be running hot?

73,055

It could run hot or cold. Make sure the coolant level is full. I suspect the Heater Control Valve that is in the heater hose.

Ok thank you I'll check that

73,055

Ya temp gauge is normal, so the thermostat is good which gets the coolant system to proper operating temp. the Heater Control Valve is what regulates the heat coming into the cabin. If this does not work (and I believe it will) it could be that the heater core is plugged and would need a back flush.

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