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The a/c in my 2004 Ford Explorer does not blow as hard as it should. it sounds like the air is coming out hard and fast but you can barely feel anything. Its cold air, just really light air.

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You may have something clogged in the fins of the blower motor. Check that first. I'm always pulling plastic grocery bags out of them.

Posted on May 25, 2011

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    Some Explorers didn't have a cabin filter in
    them from the factory. Check & put one in


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