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Why does your heater only blow through the defrost vent on your 1994 Ford F150?

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2009-11-20 17:56:16
2009-11-20 17:56:16

Idk know but mine does it when i start off from a red light or stop sign and as soon as i let off the gas or it changes gears (automatic) it comes through the vents like normal.

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