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Old 10-21-2005, 09:01   #1 (permalink)
rdome43417
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No Heat

I have a 95 Explorer Eddie Baurer and I have no heat. It has the climate
control. I replaced the thermostat and upper radiator hose. I also flushed
the heater core. Now the guage just barely moves off the cold position. I
am getting heat to the heater core, but it just blows cold air. I also had
to replace the EGR vacum sensor.

Thanks for the help

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Old 10-24-2005, 00:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: No Heat

One possibility is the blend door insude the blower plenum behind the
glovebox. There is a servo motor control on top of the plastic air
handler plenum box. A b**** to get the control out due to a mounting
screw on the back side. You can remove the control and with the
system running watch the output lug rotate when you change temperature
settings. If the control is bad replace it. If the control works then
check the mating socket on the blend door. I suspect it is broken;
that the servo motor is unable to open the door and allow airflow
across the heater core. (my door is broken and I have yet to tear into
the system. Plan to do so in the next couple weeks as cold weather is
beginning.) The trick to removing the rear screw on the servo is to
pop the trim at the base of the windshield and use a long extension to
go down to the screw guiding the socket with your fingers at the screw
head which you can feel with finger tips. Toss the screw for
reassembly as it isn't necessary the way the control mounts to the
plenum the two screws on the glovebox side are adequate.

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Old 10-25-2005, 08:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: No Heat

Sounds like new thermostat is stuck open... 'tis a bummer but it
happens.
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Old 10-26-2005, 04:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: No Heat

HEATER CONTROL VALVE?8:12 -0400, "rdome43417"
<rdome43417@ameritech.net> wrote:

>I have a 95 Explorer Eddie Baurer and I have no heat. It has the climate
>control. I replaced the thermostat and upper radiator hose. I also flushed
>the heater core. Now the guage just barely moves off the cold position. I
>am getting heat to the heater core, but it just blows cold air. I also had
>to replace the EGR vacum sensor.
>
> Thanks for the help


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Old 10-26-2005, 12:01   #5 (permalink)
noone cares
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Re: No Heat

I am interested in this as well, I have a 96 and it has the same
problem, has ever since I owned it. Have to dress warm on cold days,
now the blower is not working............


On Wed, 26 Oct 2005 10:46:00 GMT, Rick <rthomas2@elp.rr.com> wrote:

>HEATER CONTROL VALVE?8:12 -0400, "rdome43417"
><rdome43417@ameritech.net> wrote:
>
>>I have a 95 Explorer Eddie Baurer and I have no heat. It has the climate
>>control. I replaced the thermostat and upper radiator hose. I also flushed
>>the heater core. Now the guage just barely moves off the cold position. I
>>am getting heat to the heater core, but it just blows cold air. I also had
>>to replace the EGR vacum sensor.
>>
>> Thanks for the help


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