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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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06 F250 HEATER NO HEAT

Has anyone ever had the heat not get warm, just blow cold air? I have the auto climate control. If you set the temp to 80, it will just blow cool air. Any thoughts on this ?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 08:09 PM
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Re: 06 F250 HEATER NO HEAT

Low Coolant, whats your coolant level in your Degass bottle. Oh and theres a search feature at the top of the page, i believe if you would use it and type in your issue, i think theres quite a few threads on this problem.

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Re: 06 F250 HEATER NO HEAT

Low coolant could be the issue, but you usually still get heat while moving. Does your truck have the heater bypass valve? I would check and see if that is working. Here is a pic of it. It is the black thing with the grey line going into it.


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Re: 06 F250 HEATER NO HEAT

This sounds dumb but do you have auto locking hubs? If so you may have a vac leak wich will cause the heater to switch to defrost. Could be the seals in the hubs or the vac lines themselves.
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Re: 06 F250 HEATER NO HEAT

Hey travis is it bad that mine doesn't stay on the little thing that it's supposed to?

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Re: 06 F250 HEATER NO HEAT

My moms 05 excursion had the same problem. Just put some coolant in it.

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Re: 06 F250 HEATER NO HEAT

Thank's for all the suggestions, after looking into this problem, it seems that there is a problem with some sort of direct door that directs warm air in. not sure of the correct name for it. It all happened right after I dropped the temp control all the way down to 60. The next day I had it up to 80 and no heat, just cool air. It is an 06 and is still under warranty. I am going to take it in next week to have it fixed. Thank's for all the suggestion's I am new to the diesel world, and this forum really is a big help.
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Hey travis is it bad that mine doesn't stay on the little thing that it's supposed to?
You mean the grey line? I think if it is unhooked you will get a vacuum leak with your A/C on MAX A/C mode. Plus coolant will still flow through your heater core on MAX mode and it will not be as cool as it could.

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