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Blower motor will not blow out of vents 2008 ford ranger

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Check the level of the fluid beneath the hood of the Ford Explorer. The reservoir is rather small, and is located near the firewall and the brake booster.Fill the reservoir to the proper level and pump the clutch pedal a few times to restore the pressure in the lines. If you find that the level in the reservoir does not stay the same, this may be an indication of a leak in the system. Check the reservoir, the slave cylinder (near the clutch housing) and the lines themselves, and repair or replace any faulty parts.
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My air condition changers when you pull up hill it changer from the lower vents to the defrost vent

You don't indicate what year or model Ford you have but it sounds like you have a vacuum controlled system. When you climb a hill engine vacuum drops and the HVAC defaults to the defroster vents. If your system has a vacuum reservoir it may be leaking. If it doesn't you can add one. Older Fords used a metal can about the size of a quart. Older GM cars used a round plastic one. You might be able to find a used on. They are easy to install. Just cut the vacuum line going to the HVAC system. Install a "T". Connect the 3rd nipple on the "T" to the reservoir and you should be good to go.

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2005 ford explorer has A/c that works but will not direct air through the dashboard vents. the earlier models seem to have a vacuum bottle behind a front wwheel arch which fails and causes the problem I...

it uses vacuum.

The air distribution system is designed to provide airflow from the defroster duct when no vacuum is applied to any of the vacuum control motors. This is done to prevent a situation where defrost cannot be obtained due to a system vacuum leak.
there is a vacuum reservoir. check for a vacuum leak from the line from the engine through the dash and into the contrl head, and the line to the reservoir.

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2004 Ford Van A/C quits blowing on acceleration

u have a engine vacuum loss to the AC mode control switch (this switches the different functuions, dash, floor etc.), pull the ac control and check the vacuum, should be around 18-20 inches with a vacuum guage, if it is replace the mode control vacuum switch, if not check the AC vacuum hose for a restriction or a cracked split hose inside engine compartment.

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you have a vacuum leak. Check the vacuum reservoir for a leak.

You can spray short bursts of starting fluid on the vacuum lines to find a leak. When engine revs, that's the leak. Be careful.

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  1. NOTE: The A/C vacuum reservoir tank and bracket (19A566) is located either on or beneath the RH front fender splash shield (16102) .
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  1. Remove the screws and the A/C vacuum reservoir tank and bracket. 1b32ebf.gif

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My 95 Ford Mustang will only blow air out the defrost holes it will not blow out the vent or the floor what seems to be the problem ?

check for a vacuum leak from the vacuum source on the engine to the heater control head.

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A/C Vacuum Reservoir Tank and Bracket Removal and Installation
  1. Open the glove compartment (06010) .
  1. Working through the glove compartment , remove the vacuum reservoir retaining screw.
  1. Remove two vacuum hose tubes from the check valve and remove the A/C vacuum reservoir tank and bracket (19A566) .
  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure.

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2005 ford expedition air conditioning

You have a vacuum leak in the engine compartment mst likely. Check the vacuum line from the engine to the firewall and into the vehcile under the dash.
Also check the vacuum storage canister that stores vacuum for the heater controls when you step on the gas. You can just disconnect the hose to the reservoir and plug it temporarily to see if the system workd ok.

Vacuum Reservoir Removal and Installation
  1. Remove the battery and battery tray. For additional information, refer to Section 414-01 .
  1. Disconnect the vacuum hose and remove the vacuum reservoir.
  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.


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