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Old 03-31-2011, 05:53 PM
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AC vents problem

Today my tuck star blown hot air on the driver side and cold air on the passenger side with the AC on, if i turn on the heater will bout blow hot air but not on the AC.

Any ideas what is the problem
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Old 03-31-2011, 09:00 PM
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Today my tuck star blown hot air on the driver side and cold air on the passenger side with the AC on, if i turn on the heater will bout blow hot air but not on the AC.

Any ideas what is the problem

Most likely drivers side blend motor. Ford has a TSB out for blend motors used in both driver and passenger side. Unfortunately, if you are out of the 36K bumper to bumper warranty you have to pay.
The blend motors are about $30 each but the labor to replace is 4-5 hrs.

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A/C blowing cold drivers side & warm passenger side - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com
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Old 04-01-2011, 12:19 PM
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Most likely drivers side blend motor. Ford has a TSB out for blend motors used in both driver and passenger side. Unfortunately, if you are out of the 36K bumper to bumper warranty you have to pay.
The blend motors are about $30 each but the labor to replace is 4-5 hrs.

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A/C blowing cold drivers side & warm passenger side - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com
Thank you very much. it help alot, now i have to find the dygram so i can replace it, tthank you
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Any one knows where can i find the dygram to do it my self????????????
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Any one knows where can i find the dygram to do it my self????????????
You need to get access to a vehicle service manual (book or CD) for detail instructions.

Procedure requires;

-Evacuate AC refrigerant then disconnect lines
-Drain engine coolant then disconnect heater hoses
-Dash disassembly
-Remove heater core and evaporator housing
-Remove Floor duct
-R&R blend door actuator/motor
-reverse to replace
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