Question about 1997 Lincoln Continental
How do I remove the under-dash air recirculation flap door motor on my 1994 full-size Chevy Blazer. I can see the flap door when I remove the blower motor. It is working properly but makes a clicking sound when actuated by engaging the MAX A/C. I think it needs replacing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a vacuum solonoid on the firewall in the middle with 2 vac lines and a 2 wire plug
thats ur problem
push the button and smack it with the handle of a screwdriver should work
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
You got it right, there is a 'door' that opens and closes under the dash to change cooled or heated air flow to the interior vents. A vacuum line either disconnected, or is leaking somewhere, and is most likely responsible for the lack of a/c. You are going have to hunt around to try and find where the leaking/disconnected line is to repair it. It's not going to be a fun job. You can access diagrams and info on your car (for a fee) at alldatadiy. Look under HVAC system to see the info you need. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
These 3 things are common on S 10 and S15 GM 4x4 trucks and SUV's!
1.Switch in dash.
2. Actuator motor on transfer case.
3.Vacuum leaks between Engine,Transfer Case and Front axle actuator.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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