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Front a/c works fine~~blower in very back works~~NOTHING will come from overhead outlets

Rear a/c in 2003 ford expedition doesn't work. all fuses ok

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  • tbshandy May 31, 2009

    the blower on the side of the third row seat works but the over head vents do not work at all

  • tbshandy May 31, 2009

    WOOPS~~~SORRY GUYS~~~MY GOOF~~~ MY EXPEDITION IS NOT A 2003 ITS A 2006 have reposted under the 2006.

  • tbshandy Jun 03, 2009

    got it fixed, was the rear mode door actuator. $166.00 parts,labor

    and compleate a/c check



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What doesnt work, the blower motors, or are you not getting cool air back there?

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It maybe a door are something thats not opening i do not know but try these websites fix & troubleshoot heating & A/C and the other one is car A/C repair and if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a haynes auto repair manual for your truck.

Posted on May 31, 2009

Testimonial: "found out was indeed a blower of sorts. called auxiliary mode door actuator door opens to allow air flow. replaced alls fine now."

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    edgar walker May 31, 2009

    on some expeditation models there is a rear mounted auxilliary blower motor as part of the rear heat and a/c assembly there is resister for the rear a/c and heating containing the rear heater core and evaporator core check these things out



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