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Heater is woking in back portion but not in front.

Everything is normal except for this.

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The heater actuator is out . it is under the the outer cover that is below the controls. remove the snap plugs and take out 4 screws remove shrowd and look for a white motor switch with 3 small bolts. remove it and replace. cost me 90.00 from ford ttakes about 45min. to change.

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