Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Apparently the partition/door ( not sure if thats the right term ) that moves back and forth alowing hot or cold air to come through vents when set to the ossociated setting has broken, the motor that drives this is fine and i believe the replacement part is relativly cheap but i need to remove the dash to replace it. Has anyone tried taking the dash out and if so, is it as difficult as many mechanics claim or are they just trying to bump up the costs. cheers
Removing the dash is depending on your mechanical skills not that difficult. You have to disconnect the outside evaporator case from the firewall to gain acces to the heater case attaching nuts. I believe the only way to get the door is the complete heater case. If you are not comfortable removing a dash,have a professional do the job
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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