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Old 11-23-2012, 08:52 AM
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no heat!!!

2006 f350 ming ranch dually. Digitl climate control. Wont blow out any heat!!!! please help
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Old 11-23-2012, 10:55 AM
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no heat

so when i crank the heat on, just blows out air. no heat. the vaccuum actuators are working under the dash. but no hot air. ay ideas?
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Coolant level ok?
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:05 AM
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i just had oil coolers and head gaskets done recently
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Ok, is the coolant level ok though? Might have dropped a little since repair if there was air in the system.
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i have a vacuum line that came undone or something on mine last winter. look on your passenger side under the hood. i believe thats where mine was at when a buddy that works for ford look at it
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i have a vacuum line that came undone or something on mine last winter. look on your passenger side under the hood. i believe thats where mine was at when a buddy that works for ford look at it
That gray hose will only keep the vents from switching properly. It shouldn't affect the heat itself.

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What about the vacuum line that goes to the shut off valve on the heater hose? On top of the passenger side valve cover.
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What about the vacuum line that goes to the shut off valve on the heater hose? On top of the passenger side valve cover.
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I had the same problem after deleting my EGR and coolers. Turns out I had a MEAN air bubble in the lines. I got it up to full operating temp, turned the heater on full blast and went under the hood and pinched and shook the crap out of the radiator hose next to the driver side battery. I could watch it burp the bubbles into the reservoir.
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