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How to remove ac evaporator from 1995 ford explorer

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You have to remove the whole dash it is a job for an expert

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Have a 2000 ford explorer v8 and when i try to turn the ac on it wouldnt tryed the heat and its the same thing but the weird part is that it comes on in the back do you know what could be the problem


You most likely have a problem with the door that diverts air either over the cold AC evaporator core or the over the heater core, it is called the blend door, it is a common issue in the Explorer along with the AC condenser leaking (in front of radiator). to repair it you must remove the entire dash assembly for access. I assume that the compressor is running when you have the AC on but no cold air is coming out the dash vents? Let me know if that is not the case and I can assist more, was a Ford dealer technician for 25 years and did 100's of these..

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Restricted air inlet or cabin air filter (if equipped), Defective blower motor and/or fan cage, A/C evaporator freezing up, debris in evaporator housing.

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I have a 2004 ford explorer. My ac only blows cold air and their is an knocking noise coming from the dash in the area around the ac. Can you please help?


That is the blend door actuator. It is mounted on the top of the evaporator case behind the radio/glove box area. The plastic gears inside of that device wore their teeth off and won't open the heater core side of the case.

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Heater was working fine..then shut if off...when i turned it back on it just blew cold air, i know its not a thermostat, water pump, or head problem cause it doesn't overheat...checked fluid levels and...


There is a part called the air temperature blend door inside the air ducting of the dash, it controls the air temperature by moving between the AC Evaporator core and the Heater core, it is broken or the electric actuator is defective that moves it or more commonly both are defective. To replace these parts requires the dash be removed from the truck. This is a VERY common problem with 1995 up Explorers.

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Ac evaporator


Behind the dash under the glove box. Follow the lines from the air conditioner through the firewall - they connect to the evaporator.

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How to change heater core in 1996 ford explorer


changing a h core can be a nitemare -u need a repair manual n must be mech inclined--r u sure the core is bad maybe shud git other opinions before attemp because with age of vehicle the blower moter and ac evaporator can be replaced at same time

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YOU HAVE TO HAVE THE AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM DISCHARGED AT THE DEALERSHIP. OR AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR SHOP.YOU ALSO HAVE TO DISABLE YOUR AIR BAGS.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE EVAPORATOR HOUSING TO GET TO THE EXPANSION VALVE.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE GLOVE BOX AND GLOVE BOX FRAME.TO GET OUT THE EVAPORATOR HOUSING.REMOVE EVAPORATOR CORE FROM HOUSING TO REMOVE EXPANSION VALVE.THIS JOB IS REALLY A DEALERSHIP JOB.YOUR AC SYSTEM HAS TO BE EVACUATED CHARGED AND LEAK TEST.BEFORE YOUR AC SYSTEM WORK PROPERLY.

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Where, exactly, is the orifice tube located on my truck?


the orfice tube is locate in the line between condenser and evaporator. near the spring lock coupling. you must unbolt the cruise servo and overflow bottle, reposition them out of way and you will see the line connection..the orfice is inside line near that uniion. the ac system must be evacuated prior to removal, and recharged afterwards..

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Check engine light came on right after I had the AC serviced


NO not really but when they changed it something could of came loose as in the engine components

May 24, 2009 | 1998 Ford Explorer

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