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AC works great but there is no heat - hoses are flowing new thermostat - Ford Explorer?

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2007-07-20 21:48:02
2007-07-20 21:48:02

This sounds like a Blend Door problem. The problem is that the blend door in the plenum is stuck in the A/C position and will not reposition to allow heat. There are two possible issues. 1: The Acuator has snapped off (plastic breaks) 2: The Blend Door is broken (plastic hinge broke) There are related articles to fix both of these conditions

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