if you have not already, you need to have your freon checked. It sounds like you have a leak in the system.
it could be...you have an ambient air temperature sensor normally located just under the front of the bumper in front of either your left or right foot well. if you've ever knocked or scraped the front bumper(even some shredded tyre on the motorway flicking up) from the underneath, this can break this temperature sensor and make your electrical management unit believe that its either extremely hot or extremely cold outside and it will blow out the opposite temperature regardless of what you choose.. you can buy replacements for around £20-50 replace yourself. hope this helps
More than likely your problem is the blender door. The blender door is a flap in the heater box that controls the temperature of airflow in your vehicle depending on where the temperature dial is set. It is a VERY common problem with newer trucks. The blender door has a geared component that strips out, or sometimes even breaks off. The door will need to be replaced with a new stock one or a modified one. I have the exact same problem in my 99 f150
Zero degrees Kelvin, (approximately minus 273 degrees Celsius) which is considered the temperature at which molecules stop moving entirely. Although scientists attempt to replicate this setting in a controlled laboratory setting, it has yet to occur in such a manner.
No. Temperature is a property of matter - just like mass or length.
The control knob thermostat is probably broken and all you have is on and off.
Temperature. Temperature causes matter to change state.
how temperature can bring about changes in the state of matter
Temperature is a property of matter as opposed to being matter itself. You can't go to the store and buy a bottle of temperature. "Why" is a bit of a nonsensical question ... that's just the way it is.
The state of matter of aluminum at room temperature solid.
the state of matter for oxygen at room temperature is a gas.
Bromine is in its liquid state of matter at room temperature.
The state of matter at room temperature for nitrogen is gas.
The state of matter depends on the temperature (liquid, solid, gas, plasma).
Phase of matter depends on the temperature.
Setting and Character are a lot a like. As a matter of fact, setting is character. Setting can set the tone for what the character does. But sometimes the setting is forgotten by the author.
Cold is not a matter, it is a characteristic of a matter (a low temperature).
If it were a solid at room temperature, then that would be the state of matter. However, hydrogen is NOT solid at room temperature. It is a gas and that would be the state of matter.
Matter does not change.
Argon state of matter at room temperature is gaseous.
The temperature at which matter changes from a liquid to a solid is its freezing point.
the state of matter at room temperature for the element Europium is a liquid.
Platinum's state of matter at room temperature would be a solid.
Thermal energy is energy that is related to heat and the temperature of matter.
The states of matter at room temperature are solid, liquid, and gas.
Temperature is a measure of the micro-kinetic energy of matter, the vibrational energy of the atoms or molecules making up the matter. The more energetic the vibration the higher the temperature.
Temperature is not related to changes in state of matter. The other way around would have been a better question: "How are changes in state of matter related to temperature"
Various things can happen to the matter if the temperature decreases. For instance when you consider a balloon, when the temperature goes down, it will shrink.