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Rear heater making a clicking noise

I get no heat from my 2003 ford expedition vents making a noise clicking and cant figure out how to accsess were to get to it????

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You are not going to be happy. There is a servo motor that moves the door. The clicking noise is the little plastic gear stripped. Yes....plastic. And I belive that servo motor is expensive, especially for a plastic gear.

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