My 1993 F 350 is without heat, AC works fine, just picked the truck up in Florida, back in Michigan it is cold. The heater hoses are hot up to the fire wall so I think water is flowing through the heater core. Is there a heater control module that might not be working? Where is it located and what does it look like.
Thanks, Froze in my Cab
Dave, one other thing. I can't seem to get air to come out of the air vents. Only on the windshield and I believe the feet area. I know for sure the windshield defroster... not 100% sure on the feet area.
Howdy Erik . Check your vaccum going into the cab . Could be a bad ac/heater control switch also. If you remove your heater core , you will see the door dave is speeking of . I know this because mine is broke . I have to replace the door to make my vents operate properly .I don't remember if the door is vaccum or cable operated .I'll look at mine in the morning .
Jayrak . Your heater core could be clogged . I had to flush mine today . Took me a little while , but I finally moved some water through it . Both my heater hoses were hot even though there was no water moving . Anyhow , something for you to look at .
Good luck .
his 86 f350 4x4 crew cab
ram air induction
headers and dual 3" exhaust with stacks
hers 86 f350 4x4 crew cab
Sounds like you vacuum is low.
The selector valve is vacuum operated, if you loose vacuum it defaults to the defrost position.
Also you should notice lots of foot pressure required to stop the truck if it is the pump.
86 F250 HD 6.9 IDI ATS turbo "not exactly" stock 4x4 T19 BW1345 3.55LS both ends D60 front, 10.25" Sterling rear, ram air, dual stacks.
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