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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: air recirculation door
a new motor would take care of that , cause the sensing switch(potentiometer) is in the motor assy.. so if the motor runs past the desired position then the switch is bad in the motor pack. if the swicth on the dash was bad then the motor wouldn't move because it thinks it is in the right position and no action is required. i just hope the splines are not stripped on the recerc. door from extended malfunction. - good luck.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
hey jack open the back door and look up top where the hinges are and that should be the one for the back and the front if it is not up under the hood where the wipers are then check up under the dash
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
hello, it sounds like the fan motor was knocked out of balance (they are palstic).. you can try to remove fan and try to repair balance...good luck marty
Posted on May 27, 2009
your cabin air filter is located under the windshield wiper cover on the passenger side of car open your hood to see the access panel
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: need to install cabin air filter
If it's anything like my 2005 Tucson all you have to do is open glove box and find the elastic cord that comes from behind glovebox and runs through a hole in the side. Release this cord (just let it go, it won't go anywhere). Drop the glovebox down and you'll see where to replace the filter. There are 2 black clips a little ways in on either side, you have to pinch these and pull on them at the same time. The filter will pull out, replace it, slide back in, then rehook the elastic cord and close glovebox. Done!!!
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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Locate the cabin air filter container on your Lincoln LS. Looking at the engine from the front, you will find the casing on the left side against the back firewall. The cabin air filter is mounted vertically and is approximately 6 by 9 inches and about 2 inches deep.
Remove the cowling cover by pushing in the black cover pins and lightly prying the cover off with a screwdriver. Lift the filter out of the container.
Vacuum the inside of the container to remove any dust or debris. Wipe down the inside and outside of the container and lid with a clean damp cloth, then dry it off completely.
Insert the new cabin air filter into the container and check to make sure it is seated properly. Cover the container by putting the lid back on and gently pushing down to make sure the pins click into place.
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