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Heater is not coming on

1999 Mecury Cougar. Heater valve evidently broken. Ex reached under the glove box and did something - moved a flap or something and it worked. Then undid it for a/c during the summer. Cold now and he's gone. What did he do?

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He moved the diverter flap and unhooked the cable going to the heater control. If you look down there you should be able to see it and hook it back up.

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