I have been told my heater valve is not working, causing my a/c to blow hot air. A friend bypassed the valve so I could use the a/c. Now I want to replace the part, but can't find the location of the valve. Could you pleas tell me where in the engine compartment it is?
heater valve on 2000 Ford F-150
by horselady in Fort White, FL on December 09, 2009
ANSWER by Valleyautotech on December 09, 2009
its located inline on the heater hose but maybe your friend used a piece of pipe to connect the hose where the valve was, maybe buy the valve and ask your fried to reinstall it http://napaonline.com/Search/Detail.aspx?A=BK_6601359_0166871252&An=599001+102000+50028+2028020 Hope this helps
ANSWER by mahindra on December 09, 2009
There's no heater control valve. You get heat by a blend door. Your friend bypassed the heater core because your blend door actuator motor is bad or you blend door is broke. If you want more help from me email me at email@example.com.
ANSWER by earles on April 25, 2013
i am trying to find out myself
Have hot going to coil, just barely warm coming back. After truck warms up, the heat is fairly warm then gets cool after just a few minutes. have not seen anything that resembles a control valve un...
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where is the heater control valve on a 1998 f 150
If there is no heater valve, what could possible be going on ?