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Heater in dash makes clicking noise, stopped no heat

The clicking in dashboard stopped and then there was no more heat. Everything works but no heat.

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    clicking noise in dash when heat is up high. 05 ford expedition

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There is an actuator assy in the dash that controls the door for the heat usually they start clicking when going bad the dash has to be pulled back to repair

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