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Old 10-31-2013, 06:14 PM
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heater does not work 2000 f250 7.3

I recently bought my 2000 f250 crew cab. The truck is a low mileage truck only has 96k on it. Today was the first time I tried to use the heat to defrost my windshield and noticed the heat doesn't get hot. I tried searching the problems forum and nothing really came up. Are there any common issues that would cause this? In noticed the temp gauge stays pretty low also but the heat should still be warm at least. Im thinking maybe the when you turn the temp knob it doesn't swap from cold to hot.
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Do the 4WD hubs work when you put it in 4WD? It doesn't sound like the exact issue you are having, but if the vacuum system goes out on these trucks, the hubs and the heater/AC controls don't work right. Diesel's don't have any engine vacuum (no throttle valve) so use an electric pump to create vacuum to run accessories.
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My truck is 2 wheel drive but I'm pretty sure my problem is the actuator for the ac/heat blend door
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