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Why would a 1995 Ford Explorer blow cool air on max AC but hot air on normal AC setting?

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2005-11-25 22:24:42
2005-11-25 22:24:42

Your blend door may not be working right. This controls the mixture of hot and cold air. Max AC bypasses this by recirculating air from inside the vehicle. If this is your problem, it may be expensive to fix. However, there is a way to rig it up for free, at your own risk. For more details, see: http://www.blenddoorfix.netfirms.com/ It worked for me.

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