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Where is the button or control knob for my rear window defrost 1999 ford taurus? I have no button and only 3 knobs and missing oval plastic part cover to radio and air knobs that detail the function

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This should help youhttp://independence-missouri.olx.com/1999-ford-taurus-am-fm-cassette-factory-radio-15-iid-261530255

You will also see the button for rear defrost to the right.

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SOURCE: my 2003 pt airflow control knob does not shift air to pannel

something might be stuck in the ducting not allowing the door to move and direct air flow to the other ducts. First pull straight on the nob and pull it off of the dash. then take a pair of pliers and make sure the smell metal peg will rotate.

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. Air won't blow out of the floor or center vents just defrost ? Do you have manual or automatic climate control ?
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