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A/c not changing to heater

Honda Civic 2002 - The a/c does not change to heater and the air only comes out thru the front and bottom, does not go to defrost when u switch.

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The air temp control blend door is inop, it may be electric or driven by engine vaccum, but either way this is the problem to fix. I suspect yours is vaccum since more than one function is not working, temp control and air distribution, i.e. floor, defrost and dash vents

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