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Old 12-21-2013, 08:10 PM
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stupid heat!

Ok so i just got this damn truck back from the shop after over a week for the blendor actuator to be replaced and the clock spring, drove it maybe 7 miles home and it sat all day and half of today. I drive it for maybe 25 minutes today and only put the heat from the dash vents to the defrost and turn the fan speed down and now i have no heat again on the drivers side, just cold air. WTF? The shop that worked on my truck said the actual control panel is what made it break to begin with. Anyone have any ideas whats up with this
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Its an 08 f350 drw lariat with climate control
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Old 12-22-2013, 10:02 AM
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Old 12-22-2013, 11:09 AM
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So are you saying you have heat on the passenger side , but not the driver side?
Is this a dual temp zone ie several controls for the two sides?
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I have heat on the passenger side butncokd air on the drivers side. I just had the blend door actuators replaced and the clock spring and not even 45 minutes of drive time on the truck and its acting like the actuator on the drivers side has broke already. Its dual climate controlled
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