Why does my 98 Lincoln navigator blow out cold air instead of hot air?
My 2002 Lincoln LS did the same thing, and began to overheat very quickly just after starting.
I had thermostat and water pump replaced, just in case.
But, when the car was cool, I simply pressed the hoses leading to the engine pumping coolant through them, which for some reason, opened the thermostat, and allowed coolant to flow as expected.
The hot air began flowing again through the vents.
Why would hot air instead of cold air suddenly start blowing from the front vents on a Lincoln Navigator?
Has nothing to do with adding freon. Just had the same issue happen to my 98 Navigator. I believe the dealer calls it a blower box, or something to that effect. The door that opens and closes is broken and therefore only blows out heat. This repair was estimated at $1900 + tax and they have to remove the entire dashboard.
What causes the ac to go from the maximum setting and then switch over to the floorvent air is still cold but wont stay on the maximum setting IT SWITCHES BY ITSELF 1998 Lincoln NAVIGATOR 4WD?
Why is your breath hot when you blow at your hand but it is cold when you blow at your hand differently?
Answer A 2002 Lincoln Navigator contains no Freon. This refrigrant has not been used for years. Take this vehicle to an expert. ___________________________________________________ Answer If you are charging the AC. It takes 134A and it is a b&%ch to get too. On the 200, it is located towards the back left of the engine. It is angled slight towards the engine too. You should see the cold line on the left hand side by the…