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Tempurature switch won't switch from cold to hot just hear a clicking noise inside passenger compartment?

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Under the dash board there are little valves with vacuum lines running to them listen for the door that is clicking that would be your problem area.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

  • jj3320papp Oct 02, 2010

    that helped narrow it down . thank you. I have heard about vacuum lines from several people. I can't afford to take this to a dealer/mechanic because i've been laid off for 10n mths. So i need step by step instructions because i don't Know how to teaR MY DASH APART TOFIND THIS VACUUM LINE. But Thank you for leading me in the right direction.Really. If you can help anny more it would be appreciated. but like i said i can't afford to pay annything right now.

  • jj3320papp Oct 02, 2010

    Well after 4 hours tearing apart the dash i finally found the defective part. Turned out not to be a vacuum line or actuator.after tracing every vacuum line i almost gave up. but the Whole time i kept seeing this White Electricl gear box about the size of a wallet so finally i turned the switch till i heard the clicking and put my hand on the box sure this was it.the ford dealer had it in stock part # 1L2Z-19E616-CA description 008G Motor A price $69.53. Thank you johnlucas105 for directing me to the right area to start before reply i didn't have a clue where to start (under the hood or dash etc. ) So Thanx again.If anyone else has this problem i hope this helps but be warned this gearbox is in very tight quarters and was very difficult to get out and put back in.

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