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HVAC Blend Door Motor--under the dash has failed

You try all the air flow positions manually, from the DATC
Panel below the radio, to see which positions do not work

Then go to motorcraft parts site to see a diagram
of where the motor you need is located

You purchase the motor from Amazon (cheaper than a dealer)

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SOURCE: 1999 ford Expedition ac problem

Rick, u will need to take your car to get serviced. If your ac is not working properly it might be something inside that needs to be looked at. You might need to replace your heater box.

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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SOURCE: have a 2000 ford expedition and the ac in the

Listen and see if the vent flap is moving from the hot position, to the cold position. If that's working then the evaporator may be clogged. It sits inside the same box that the heater core is inside of and if it becomes clogged with hair or dust, then it wont allow the blower to blow through it. But it would then bring hot air through the vents because the heater core is there too.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 expedition w/rear ac where is the low side

it is on the pass side at the rear of the engine compartment

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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SOURCE: where is my low side port on the ac of a 2000

By the receiver dryer, left side of engine compartment on the firewall looking from the front. Its hidden by a piece up black plastic right below the starter solenoid...

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 expedition front/rear ac problems rear ac not working sometimes

A/c's can stop working if the blower isn't getting power from the belt or if theres a refrigerant leak that's not cooling the air.-------------------------------------------------------------------
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You do realize you have a leak to be found & fixed,
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By the receiver dryer, left side of engine compartment on the firewall looking from the front. Its hidden by a piece up black plastic right below the starter solenoid...

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Rick, u will need to take your car to get serviced. If your ac is not working properly it might be something inside that needs to be looked at. You might need to replace your heater box.

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