2000 ford f150 no heat

2000 ford f150 no heat DEFAULT
Blend door and the blend door actuator are located on the heater case (plenum).

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Test: no operation in all temperature settings:
Start engine and bring to normal operating temperature. Turn blower motor switch to LO position.

Turn mode selector switch to PANEL position (MAX A/C position, if A/C
equipped). Turn temperature control to full COOL position and check for cool air
discharge. Turn temperature control to full WARM position and check for warm air
discharge. Rotate temperature control from full WARM position to full COOL
position. If air temperature does not change, go to next step. If air temperature changes, system is operating properly at this time.

Turn ignition off. Remove fuse No. 5 (amp), located in Central Junction Box (CJB).
Check fuse condition. If fuse is okay, go to step 4. If fuse is blown, replace fuse and recheck system operation. If fuse blows again, go to next step.

Ensure ignition switch is off. Disconnect electronic blend door actuator 8-pin harness
connector C Disconnect temperature control switch (potentiometer) 4-pin harness
connector C Disconnect CJB pin harness connector C (located under left side of instrument panel). Measure resistance between ground and CJB connector C terminal

No. 15 (Light Blue/Pink wire). See Fig. 6. If resistance is more than 10 k/ohms, replace
CJB. If resistance is 10 k/ohms or less, repair short to ground in Light Blue/Pink wire
between CJB and electronic blend door actuator. See WIRING DIAGRAMS. Turn ignition off. Disconnect electronic blend door actuator 8-pin harness connector C
Turn ignition switch to RUN position. Measure voltage between ground and blend door
actuator connector C If more than 10 volts exist, go to next step. If 10 volts or less
exists, repair open in Light Blue/Pink wire between CJB and electronic blend door actuator.

Turn ignition off. Disconnect electronic blend door actuator control switch pin harness connector C Measure resistance of specified circuits between electronic blend door actuator harness connector C and blend door actuator control switch harness connector.

If resistance is less than 5 ohms for all wires, go to next step. If resistance
is 5 ohms or more on any wire, repair appropriate wire(s).

Measure resistance between temperature control switch terminals No. 2 (Yellow/Light
Green wire) and No. 3 (Red/Light Green wire). See Fig. 7. Temperature control switch resistance should be more than ohms in full WARM position and less than ohms in full COOL position. Resistance should change gradually as temperature control switch is turned from COOL to WARM and back. If switch resistance is as specified, go to next step.

If temperature control switch resistance is not as specified, replace temperature control switch. Measure resistance of Black wire between ground and electronic blend door actuator harness connector C terminal No. 8. See Fig. 7. If resistance is less than 5 ohms, replace temperature blend door actuator. If resistance is more than 5 ohms, repair Black wire between ground and blend door actuator.

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My Ford F blows barely warm air. I have flushed the fluid, changed the thermostat, and checked blend door operation, but no change. The upper heater hose is warm, but I still do not get heat regardless of the RPM of the engine, no heat. The A/C works perfectly.


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February 13, found this helpful

I'm thinking there is air in the system like my Lincoln. I ran the front end up on ramps then loosened the reservoir cap. Then I squeezed the upper radiator hose and the air bubbled up into the reservoir. Refill the reservoir fluid to level. Tighten down the cap. Or, don't always trust the new thermostat. I have returned so called new ones because they were defective.

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My heater does not warm up. I have hot water on the inlet side hose but cold on outlet side. Where is the heater control valve located?
have the same problem?
Thursday, October 22nd, AT PM
Tiny
This truck does not have a heater control valve here isa guide to help us see whats going on.

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/car-heater-not-working

Please run down this guide and report back

Cheers,
Thursday, October 22nd, AT PM
Tiny
On my truck is was the temperature blend door actuator I got a new one for $ All fixed.
Friday, October 23rd, AT PM
Tiny
Where is the heater core valve located an how hard is it to change? Thanks.
Tuesday, April 20th, AT AM (Merged)
Tiny
To the best of my knowledge, your vehicle doesn't have one. It has been replaced by a blend air door that is located near the heater core. As far as the valve, if one exist, it will be mounted on the supply side heater core hose.
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