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98 Explorer XLT 50- your heat is stuck in the full hot position you have changed the temperature switch with no avail you cannot lower the temp with the heatter on?

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2007-02-25 03:17:56
2007-02-25 03:17:56

You probably have a broken temp blend door inside of the heater case. This si very common. You will need a new heater case and the blend door actuator should also be replaced. I have a 1997 Ford Explorer XLT and I had the same problem. I needed 2 oxygen sensors and they were installed I no longer have that problem. Don't know the connection between the two but it worked.

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