Question about 2002 Ford Taurus
My blower motor works, can hear it! I can not get the air to come out of the dashboard vents though.....no matter what setting the blower is on....for heat, air, vent, etc.... Comes out the top vent by the windshield and the side vents but not the middle or sides in the dashboard. So, that rules out a blown fuse (flasher) doesn't it? I think it is probably a vacuum hose but I really need some guidance on how to troubleshoot this....I know I need to look under the dash....what am I looking for???
Posted by Anonymous on
You have a loss of vacuum from the engine, first check under the hood and make sure the vacuum storage tank is not damaged and leaking and it has vacuum in it when the engine is running. If all that is ok then move on to the line that goes inside the truck and verify it has vacuum.
Posted on Jul 09, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 F-350 V10 4 door
Exactly!! Follow the vacuum line , I believe to be on the right side of the truck, and follow it back to the engine. I'll be willing to bet you will find a break or a modification where a mechanic has hooked it to the wrong port. Now it is also possible for this engine to have a one way check valve installed in line with the vacuum line. Look under the hood for any diagram since the vacuum lines on these newer models will be minimal. Let me know.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
SOURCE: ac vents not working
There is a blend door acuator which moves when u change your settings. Its a electric motor. Down under dash, Will need a mech and a heating and cooling diagram to find where the motor is,
Posted on Jun 13, 2012
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