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Front vents do not work, a/c is blowing through the defrost and floor vents ur 2004 Ford Expedition Problem

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I had the same problem and found that the vacuum tube located behind the battery was cut. The tube is about the size of an ink tube inside a ball point pen. The size is 5/32" and can be purchased at most auto parts stores. A quick splice and you will be back to cooling.

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The door actuator motor is not working

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