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2008 ford edge..low air flow through ducts even on high speed fan...any solution??

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SOURCE: AC Cold air but no volumne of air flow

Check your resister pack, if the air is still cold then the freon is being moved by your compressor and passing through your orfice tube fine so there is the right amount. DO NOT open the system unless you have to, each time it is open they sugggest a dryer/reciecver replacement. The resister pack is a small block about the size of a palm of a hand. It contians a set of coils which conduct electricity at different rates based on that rate <the amount of voltage> your a/c fan will blow that speed. For example high= no resistance, low= 3 reiester if you have 4 settings

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a 1996 Cobra SVO SVT that the high speed

ok. so you know the fan is good. switch out the relay for that fan with another same relay and check with the a/c button.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Very low air flow through vents despite the fan working well

It is very likely that the Air conditioner evaporator core is restricted due to leaves or some other object may be blocking air flow like a plastic bag, does it do this on both outside air and recirculation setting?

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 GMC Sierra pickup truck cabin fan problem

Your blower moter is under your glovebox and very easy to replace.I dont think thats your ploblem.I would pull off the dash.It will snap right off without breaking anything.Then pull out the part that holds the selector switch for the fan speed.Then you unplug that switch.Clean the copper contacts.Plug it back in.If everything works again like it should and did in my truck then it is either that switch that is bad or the wiring harness.I would replace that switch.

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 Ford Taurus, air flow control dial on the inside consol. I e

It sounds like your blower motor resistor is bad. This should be located under the dash close ( within about a foot) of the actual blower motor

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When this symptom happens your blower motor resistor has gone open circuit.
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    1. Disconnect the connector.
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