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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The blend door is stuck or not receiving the control knob information to change the temperature.
Your car uses an electronic blend door actuator. you will need to locate this devise under the dash. You may have to remove the dash to get to it. You will want to make sure that there is power coming in to the new switch and going out to the Blend Door Actuator. If you do not have power to the switch then find out why and fix the broken wire, if you have power to the motor but it won't move then replace the Blend Door Actuator (BDA).
Make sure the black wire to the BDA is grounded. The do the following:
Test the orange wire going to the BDA and the Yellow wire from the BDA to the switch for postive power. This will tell you if the BDA is getting power in from the car and out to the switch. Then make sure you get a power reading from the Red with White strip and the Red with Lite Green strip, this will tell you that the switch is sending the power back to the BDA to control the temp. If power is coming in to the BDA and not going out to the switch then the BDA is bad. If power is going to and from the switch back to the BDA then that also says the BDA is bad. If the ground is broken that will cause the BDA not to respond.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
in most cases you have to open the rear tailgate remove the panel and then you have access to everything in the door
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Before you try and push on the caliper to hard stop..When compressing the caliper it needs to be rotated at the same time it is being press in.Turn clock and push in at the same time..Hope this helps you and take your time..Have a great day
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
you have a vacuum loss to the ac control head, the motors that divert air are vacuum operated, if you loose vacuum the system goes to defrost for safety reasons, the vacuum comes from the engine, then goes o a plastic vacuum tank under the hook start there, it is a 3/16 id hose.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Owner Guide 1st Printing (.pdf). go to (owners guides and owners manuals/ford,lincoln and mercury owners). once pdf opens up then go to roadside emergencies,fuses and relays then scroll down to fuse diagrams. hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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