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I have a 2005 ford explorer. My heater has seemed

I have a 2005 ford explorer. My heater has seemed to stop working. When i turn the knob to cold the cold air pumps out fine. But once i start turn in toward the heat side it starts making a clicking sound and the air does not get any warmer...any ideas ???

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  • sedlak12 Nov 17, 2009

    is this an easy fix? what would need to be done?

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Sounds like the blend door motor on the heater box is broken

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  • jz auto Nov 17, 2009

    you would more than likely have to remove the dash and the heater box. if you look under the right side of the dash where the heater box is and you can see you motors you could try to test those first by turning the knobs and watch to see if they move.

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