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Sliding dash panel switch for heat and air will not catch maybe its missing parts?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SEE WHAT COLOR THE AC MAG CLUTCH RELAY IS / UNDER THE HOOD RELAY BLOCK IF IT IS WHITE TRY REPLACING IT WITH ONE OF THE BLUE ONES IN THIS SAME BLOCK (HORN RELAY) IF COMPRESSOR ENGAGES REPLACE WITH TOYOTA UPDATED RELAY ( PLEASE RANK THIS)
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
i dont see those two problems being related. you should not get charged much for testing the a/c at a garage. however to fix the problem if insurance doesn't cover it can get rather expensive, depending on what they find. condensors are generally over 150 dollars from my experience, and whenever the a/c system has been open for any length of time the accumulator/ dryer is recommended to be replaced. generally 60 bucks. then you got the oil, freon, and labor. i am just guessing at the prices, hopefully i am wrong for your sake. but it definately isn't a job to do at the house, without the proper equipment you could cost yourself alot more money and time.
Posted on May 09, 2009
There is a blend door that is know to give problems. Sometimes the blend door itself will break but there is also a blend door actuator that can fail. The blend door actuator is located behind the dash...kinda behind the temperature control knob and is a pretty easy fix if you're able to hang upside down under your dash for about 20 minutes. The actuator costs around $50.
I've never replaced the blend door itself, but have read up on it when I thought that might be the problem. Let's just say the part is cheaper but clear your weekend. I think step one of building a Taurus is the blend door....it's buried in there.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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