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A/c not blowing

My town car recently stopped blowing cause i think the flapper is stuck open and won't switch over to blow a/c.....the compressor is ice cold and i don't hear that "thump" when you push the A/C button.....WHERE is this flapper located...in the dash or under the hood....i need HELP anyone

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  • p00l5hark_ru Aug 25, 2008

    ok so i got the answer i needed and did the repair like it said....only thing diffrent i did was to remove the whole dash to get at the bottom two screws on the old BDA so that i didn't have to break them off.....so heres the link and if you have a lincoln this is a GREAT place for answers.....www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00020.html

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Its called a Blend door
its under the dash passenger side needs to be replaced

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

  • AL Brennan Aug 26, 2008

    Great its that i have repair alot of them with out pulling the dash for its alot of work . Happy to hear you got it fixed

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