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#232366 - 12/15/05 09:24 AM 97 ford f150 no heat
sj0954 Offline
first timer

Registered: 12/15/05
Posts: 1
97 ford f150 fan blows but have no heat temp guage shows engine heating fine
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#232367 - 12/15/05 09:52 AM Re: 97 ford f150 no heat [Re: sj0954]
manest Offline
journeyman

Registered: 11/15/03
Posts: 76
Loc: Anthony, TX, USA
Lucky for you there was a dicussion on this recently. Check out this thread: No Heat Basically check to see if the heater core is getting hot by feeling the heater hoses, they both should be getting hot. If they are then check to see if the blend door in the heater box is moving correctly. I believe yours is vacuum operated and located under the hood near where the heater hoses go into the firewall. If everything checks OK then backflush your heater core and recheck the system. Then check back with us.

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#232368 - 12/18/05 02:33 PM Re: 97 ford f150 no heat [Re: sj0954]
ray4 Offline
newbie

Registered: 11/06/05
Posts: 21
i had a f 150 awhile ago it was the heatercore even though it seemed like hoses were hot it was a pluged core did you ever have heat?

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