Question about Lincoln Navigator
Could be the fan or the air flapper could be broken. The fan is simple conpared to replacing the flapper. The dealer will have to remove the entire dash and cost you well over $1000. There is a way to replace the plastic flapper with an after-factory replacement. You go in through the glove box and cut out a section of the duct and remove the old broken flapper, replacing it with new one. The newer version has a metal hinge and not plastic, which should outlast your car. Last, you might need to replace your climate control. I replaced mine with one from an Expedition from a junkyard.
Posted on Mar 16, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is caused by the main cabin temp blend door actuator motor, in order to replace it or even check it the dash must be pulled out.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
the little orange or red ring around the air hose whare it goes in compressor, must be pushed in while pulling out on air line. a small flathead screwdriver works fine
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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