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Air comes out of glove box

2003 Ford Explorer has air coming out of glove box and under it at highway speeds. Really freezes your feet in winter. Also seems like the fan makes a lot of noise for the amount of air coming out of the ducts.

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Get a strong torch lay on your back and look up into the area where the front air vent comes into your car

The main air duct has come away from the inlet and is allowing the cold air to enter the car while starving the heater and fans of the normal air flow

Did someone do a repair to the heater matrix or the loom recently.

You may have to take out the glove box to see where the pipes should be joined to

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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