Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
I have a 1997 Ford Explorer eddie baurer, awd It has a clicking noise and I found out where it's coming from, but am at a loss as to what the part is called. The connector that it goes into sits on the heater housing directley behind the glove box. It has about seven wires coming out of a connector. I unplugged this and the loud annoying clicking stopped. My question is what is this transparent box called so that I can replace it. Also the air conditioning unit does not put out enough cool air at higher speeds, I know that it probably need recharging but the fitting that I think is the one to recharge it is not the same kind that comes with the recharge kit. Any help will greatley be appreciated.
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The little box is called the blend door actuator. It is an inexpensive fix, and you should be able to do it at home. There are a lot of online step by step guides to fix it! Good luck, i hope it helps, i am having the same issue!
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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