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Ford Ranger 2003 air climate control blower problem?

The AIR in my ford just stopped blowing out of the front panels suddenly. I can feel heat and air conditioning coming out by my windshield and can hear the blower but nothing is coming out the panel. What could this be? I have looked for loose plugs, checked fuses, can't see anything amiss.

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    I have an 02 Ranger the air will not change form defrost default to floor or vent. I have changed the switch and checked all vacume lines. the switch has vac at the switch but will not change anything. help this is driving me crazy

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Ford uses vacuum operated valves to open and close the ducts in the heat- a/c box on most models... look under the dash on the right side (passenger) on the top of the heater/ blower case..there is a plastic connection that has about 5 or 6 color coded vacuum lines going to it i would check this to see if maybe it has worked loose! also follow the vacuum lines back to the engine bay to see whether any of those have come loose...

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