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Ford windstar clicking sound from heater a/c , ignition on, engine running or not,sound changes when temperature control is moved ,quieter on heat, clicking is constant , does not change speed, sound does not come from engine side of firewall deep in the heater ,suspect valve that allows hot water to heater core, when control moved to heat it does not respond, is there an easy way to access this component

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Its the blend door take out the radio and its th white box about 3" by 3 " and has about a 2 or 3" post on the back a few screws $40 somtehing

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

This is a heater vent motor.

About $84.00 from dealer, pain in the *** to change behind the radio, but worth doing it yourself.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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