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The air from the vents is either hot or cold not much in between. This is on a 1998 Explorer. When on automatic the hot air comes on at about 72 degrees and will not cut off. Then when you turn it down it only cuts off at about 67 degrees and the air comes on.

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Possibly the thermostat?

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The air from the vents is either hot or cold not much in between. This is on a 1998 Explorer. When on automatic the hot air comes on at about 72 degrees and will not cut off. Then when you turn it down it...


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