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I have a 2004 M-Van with a 4.3 V-6. The heat, defrost, AC control seems to be stuck. No matter which position is selected, air comes out of all outlets equally. I suspect it is either a vacuum problem or the switch is fried.

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    my '98 safari only sends air out the dash (defrost) vents and the vents at the feet of front and rear passenger seats

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I would say you are correct thinking its a vacuum problem. On my '98 Safari, I had the same problem and found a plastic vacuum line inside the engine compartment had touched something hot and melted a small hole in it. I was able to cut the bad part out of the vacuum line and splice it with a small piece of rubber hose whose inside diameter was just smaller than the ouside diameter of the vacuum line. It's been running for two years with no further problems.

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