Question about Ford E-150
The a/c vs. heater door that pivots usually is controlled by vacuum lines in most cars and the operation of this can be heard as a faint 'creaking' sound which is normal.
If the air box doesn't have this kind of actuator, then it would be all electric, but I don't think so on your car.
Have you taken the climate control console out to look at it in this way?
Sometimes, there are only electrical controls on Ford vehicles, but behind the dash there are vacuum tubes which actually make the door go up or down and allow a/c cool air or heater core hot air flow through the vents.
I wish you luck on this problem.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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