Question about Ford Edge
No heat coming from rear seat vents. all other vents work fine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem. There are two regulators and the one that determines air direction is broken. The door inside is hung up and it strips the gears in the regulator. You can leave all the seats in the car but you have to remove several panels on the inside to get to the regulator. Many or them pry off. This can be risky if you are not careful and you may decide you don't want to risk it. Others need bolts removed (around the seatbelts) to remove. If you get to that point you will find two regulators that are white in color. They are anchored by 4 screws (i think) and come right out. Determine you have the proper one by toggling the face/floor button. You can follow the noise. The real problem here is with the door that hangs up. Mine hung up because the whole assembly was anchored against a big wiring harness on the back side that cracked the whole casing. Bad engineering. You may have to remove some sharp cracked pieces so the door moves easily. Problem is that you now will have a hole in your AC/Heating unit. You can replace that as well (expensive) or seal it some other way. By the new regulator from Ford and reassemble and you're done. If you are handy it should take you a couple of hours. My bro had the same problem on his Explorer and we fixed it much quicker the second time around. If you are not handy, you might want to reconsider.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Item Part Number Description 1 — Air inlet door 2 — Temperature blend door 3 — Headliner airflow 4 — Auxiliary mode door 5 — Floor airflow 6 18476 Heater core 7 19860 Evaporator core 8 19805 Blower motor
The auxiliary A/C and heating system has the following features:
I would say the auxiliary mode door (#4) electric motor is not wokring.
Auxiliary Blend Door Actuator —Air Distribution Removal and Installation
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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