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A/C blows fine, but no heat... the floor vent does not blow

1991 Lincoln Town Car A/C blows fine, when I raise the temp, it still blows cold.... Also when I try to put the airflow to the FLOOR I get nothing blowing at all.... Please help...

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Might be .. you have a vacuum line off . Check on passenger side make sure no one has put their feet up under dash and knocked them loose. sounds like it has to be a vacuum problem not letting it go to the floor it has to open another door to the floor and its vacuum operated. thanks and holler if you need more Jerry

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