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My heater is not putting out hot air when its on and there is a clicking sound in the back of the vehicle. The vehicle is a 2004 ford expedition

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There is an actuator motor behind the panel on the right rear cargo area. it is a temp control door actuator that has failed probabaly if you dont have temp control in back. I have replaced several of them, and they are similar in windstars, and excursions also. You will need to remove seatbellt attaching points to get this panel off, and the actuator costs about 65 dolla. Make sure the control door itself is not broken, as this is a common ford headache.

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