Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
It seems the air is possibly getting warmed up before it can reach the back vents,, or it could be the air isnt getting cold enough or that the ac / heater door for the back is stuck..
1.) you will need to trace the vent unit back to the blower below the dash,, you will notice its like 1 long tube that every things runs from.. The one to the back is connected to this tube,, enuse it is so and securly.. on the tube is a vent door, make sure its moving,, check your temp and controll settings on the ac control unit and make sure its working..
2.) Check your ac freon (gas) make sure you unit isnt leaking or needs regasing .. this causes this as well.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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