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A/C Problem 2002 explorer my ac was fine until i had some trans work done now it will only blow out thru the defr and floor but nothing else i was told i need to reset the pc how do i do that? That was the original question.......I appreciate the the help,... but apparently it isnt the computer needs resetting.....do you have any other suggestions for why the it wont switch to any other settings? Thanks

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  • batboy4111 Feb 03, 2009

    I have an 02 Explorer with the same Vent problems. Although I didn't have any transmission work. And a little tiny bit of air does come out the vents in the middle & on the sides but NOTHING like it normally does.

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There is a vacuum line from the engine into the dash that supplies vacuum through the selector switch when commanded. When vacuum is missing, the dash defaults to the defrost and the floor. Check to see that the vacuum line is still connected.It usually runs off the back of the engine and in the dash on the passenger side. Good Luck.

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