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1996 GT Mustang, Air blows defrost and floor only, cannot get anything from the dash.

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There is a small vacume line coming out of the firewall on the passenger side check to ensure that it is connected and not broken. Repair it and Walla the blend air door moves,

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Sounds like a vacuum leak. Check the switch in the dash. The switch that controls which vents the air blows out of operates off of a vacuum.

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