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Fan/ventiation system has clicking noise; movingheating/cooling slider reduces or stops noise ; no or reduces warm air. 2000 windstar

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Automobile ventilation systems usually use a cable that connects a motor to a flap that blocks or permits air to pass to certain vents. There is also a flap which permits or blocks air from passing through the heating coil or a/c unit. A screw may have come loose cause the cable to slide without moving the vent flap, causing the flap and cable to be misaligned. Underneath or behind the dashboard is where all of this is located. Some vehicles it is easy to access and fix the cable/flap/screw problem, such a pickup trucks. Have a mechanic look at your ventilation system, as if the problem is a loose screw, it is a very easy fix, and shouldn't be too expensive with an honest mechanic.

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Replace the temp control actuator.

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It's the blend door actuator, located behind the radio/climate control assy's.

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