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2013 FFH no heat on drivers feet.


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#1 OFFLINE   vangonebuy

vangonebuy

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 05:02 PM

Over the last month I noticed there is no heat on my feet.

 

No problem with the passenger side feet.

 

I assume it's a actuator.

Wonder if there is any self test diag mode for the Climate Control?

 

I'm very accustomed to Chrysler's version. Never heard of any Ford version.

Any one know of it?

 

 

Thanks in advance.









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#2 OFFLINE   vangonebuy

vangonebuy

    Fusion Hybrid Enthusiast

  • Fusion Hybrid Member
  • 201 posts
  • Region:U.S. Northeast
  • Location:Tax Island, NY
  • Current Vehicle:13 Fusion Hybrid,14 Subaru Outback, LIRR & my 2 feet
  • My Hybrid's Year:Decline

Posted 27 December 2017 - 08:29 PM

A long time update:

 

I've figured out some of the problem with the lack of heat on the drivers floor.

It's not an electronic problem and there is heat.

 

Ford uses a thin air handling tube to carry down the floor heat.

Its best described by this measuring spoon.

This is behind the driver side - center console cover. By the accelerator pedal.

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As the air runs down the tube , Ford hopes it magically turns left exit the side vent and warm your feet.

It ain't happening.  There is a big gap to the vent cover. 

Its just heating the center console and rug.

 

I cut a piece of 3/4" pipe insulation attached it to the side console cover and have redirected the warm air out of the center console.

I attached it to the console side vent grill and slipped the other side of the tube over the spoon shaped side.

My fix isn't very pretty, And I'm looking to improve it . Its very leaky still.

But I am finally getting a little warm air by my feet.

 

 

Hope this helps others.






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