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How do i change the blend door actuator on my ford crown victoria

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I recently did mine, I hear you can do it without taking the entire dash apart but I had no luck with it myself. I have to get ready for work but, on mine it was located down and to the left of the radio. its a white box...are you hearing a clicking noise or something? I had to roll the entire dash back and it was still a major pain getting it out.

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A lack of gas in the system, the Pulley / Clutch is stuffed, the compressor has packed it in. Maybe more details on the problem will help us pin-point the problem

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