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My 2010 taurus heat/ac control not working. Heat blowing at 90 degrees at all times but heat / ac control not showing on and can not shut off.


Disconnect the control unit wire harness and then plug it back in. Should do the trick, corrosion. Disconnect negative side of battery first.

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I can not control the air position .it is always at my feet ..and also i just change the thermostat and still some time i have no heat... im thinking its the control unit i have to change .


i think the heat control in this is electric and a little motor moves the damper open and closed you can check the two motors but its probable the heat control unit check and see if you have power going to heat unit

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Try hitting the blower motor with a hammer handle and see if it starts, if it does replace it.

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A three way catalyst converter (Manifold) with high oxygen storage capacity will indicate a low switching frequency of heated oxygen sensor 2. As oxygen storage capacity decreases, the heated oxygen sensor 2 switching frequency will increase.



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