Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Since you're talking about the white box it sounds like you're familiar enough to proceed a bit further. Remove the three screws (8mm head) and lift the blend boor actuator off (white box). Manually move the blend door and see if your temp changes. These blend doors have plastic gears inside that strip and don't allow full movement. If you have a change in temperature then replace the actuator.
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