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Rear airconditioner blowing hot air on 1998 ford windstar,front works fine

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The rear control is under the drink holder. condensation from leaving drinks in there can drip on the switches. check for water stains and bad connections. we had that problem with the first 98 windstar and it had about 40,000 miles.

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Check to see if there is enough freon in the system,if so eplace the rear expansion valve

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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