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Heater warms but air does not blow from vents

Blower moter checks out good ford dealer diagnosed heater air switch switch is located behind glovebox i can see it but cannot get to it please help

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    going to try it now



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Your glove box should either have a few screws holding it in, or there will be a couple of plastic tabs on the inside onthe left and right of the glovebox that you can pull inwards to remove the glove compartment. Once this is out of your way, getting to and replacing the switch should be rather easy. Hioe this proves to be useful. Have a great evening!

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