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96 ford explorer eddie baurer edit. heat dont work, worked fine then i turned the truck off and back on like 5mins later and it stopped working, checked the fuses and they looked ok, and thing else i should check that i can possibly fix myself

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  • rwr3235 Dec 27, 2008

    I have a '96 Eddie Bauer Explorer w/auto climate control. I have heat and fan but there is a knocking noise coming from the plastic heater box behind the glove box. While checking for the source of the noise, I disconnected a wire that was attached to a small electrical component that sits on top of the heater box. The noise stopped. I still have heat but the automatic controls don't regulate the amount of heat I get. Does anyone know what the small electrical component is and will replacing it correct the noise and heat issue?

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That component is an electric motor that controls the blend door. The motor has a male square shaped drive that fits into the female drive in the blend door. It is common for the blend door to crack. The motor can be easily replaced however if the blend door is broken you will have to remove the heater box. This means that the entire dash must be removed for access. I think mitchell book time on this job is around 7 hours.

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