Question about 1983 Ford Econoline
A/c does not work not enough air force thru vents
Check for a sweeping sound, engine off and no radio, if the key buzzer is activated close the door. Now listen while you change from defrost to floor and there should be a vacuum sound. If not run the engine for about ten seconds and shut it down and try again. If you don't hear anything. You've got to check your vacuum accumulator under the engine cover or the hood depending on how lucky you are. It's a big black ball with two vacuum lines going to and from it. Check that both are active. Also, is your blower fan changing speeds? If not look under the dash on the pass side for a four conductor connector to a plastic plate. remove the plate and you'll see three springs of different sizes these control your speeds on the blower if they are burnt then you need a new resistor plate. It may also be located under the hood against the firewall on the pass. side.
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