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I have a ford winstar 98 the front ac works fine but got stock in just one posotion the rear one blows just hot air.

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Hi Riverplate....I also have a 98 Windstar, and it did the same thing....Its an easy fix!...Its the knob/controller on the dash (the one that you turn to either select Heat by going clockwise, and A/C by going counter clockwise)...It just takes a few minutes to remove the plastic housing surrounding the controles...then that whole knob unplugs and you plug in a new one.....I replaced mine a few years ago with a used one and that did the trick....Its actually just started to act up again (blowing heat at rear floor from time to time when wanting a/c in rear roof) so I think I will go with a new switch now as well......good luck deweronick@hughes.net

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