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Ford Ranger Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air

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If your Ford Ranger AC is only blowing hot air, you probably need to get the air conditioning coolant recharged. This is a guide about Ford ranger air conditioner blowing hot air.
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July 20, 2015

My 2006 Ford Ranger is blowing hot air all the time. The cold to hot knob seems not to be working. If I put it on outside air it blows hot, if I try to use the a/c it's hot. I live in Dallas, Texas and it's hot and I need to use the a/c, but I can't. How do I fix this issue?

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July 21, 20150 found this helpful
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Most likely you need to take it to the shop and have them put freon gas in the air conditioner. As they age, air conditioners leak the gas bit by bit and when it's gone they won't cool any more. It's not something you can fix yourself. Good luck!

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August 16, 2018

My Ford Ranger's AC will blow cold for just a sec and then it blows straight hot air. What's wrong with it?

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August 16, 20180 found this helpful

There could be an issue with the blender unit.

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August 16, 20180 found this helpful

your freon or whatever liquid it is that's the coolant could be running low. We had a ford ranger and it begun doing the same thing and they refilled the coolant and problem solved

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August 17, 20180 found this helpful

The three most common issues are a leak in the coolant tank, some sort of electrical kerfuffle in the cooling system, or a dying compressor.

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Unless you are super handy, you may want to take it to your mechanic and have them look.

Hope it is an easy and inexpensive fix.

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August 17, 20180 found this helpful

If the AC is low on refrigerant/coolant it can affect the working of the thermostat. Also, if the thermostat has a broken fan blade or the condenser might be blocked by road debris, (leaves, plastic, dirt,etc.) these can prevent the AC from properly working. The worse scenario would be electrical problem. Begin with the least expensive checking first.

Check to see if the blockage of the condenser is the reason by looking through the grill in front and use compressor and blow out debris from leaves, plastic, dust build up. If the AC unit still doesn't work, then check the fan blade for breakage before adding expensive refrigerant.

With newer cars today, they have electrical sensors and it's possible that a module has gone bad or a wire broke that triggers possible ventilation problem.

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August 21, 20180 found this helpful

It will cost you, but your best bet is to take it into a garage and have them look at it and give you an estimate as to the cost to have it repaired.

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March 6, 2017

I have a 2009 Ford Ranger. I can't get any cold air from the vents. It only blows hot air. The selector changes vent direction options. What's up?

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March 9, 20170 found this helpful

With some research it looks like this problem is very common for the Ford Ranger and many have experienced this also.

The problem is called: blend door malfunction.

Here is an explanation and instructions:

http://www.ford  oting-guide.html

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