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2004 ford crown vic old police car, ac not blowing out of vents hard. I have checked all vacums and replaced the ac heater controll panel. Would like to know if there is anyone who knows if there is an electrical door that controls the air flow?

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I had this problem with a 2002 GMC pick up. It turned out to be a clogged cabin filter. THe ac sounded like it should blow you in to the back seat but was barly coming out the vents. Just a 14 filter that went in from the bottom side behind the glove box

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No electric door but there is a vacum door on the passengers side that more then likely is not closing all the way.

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