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Old 02-09-2014, 06:53 PM
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Blend door/recirculate

I would like to know how to recirculate the air on my heater. The only recirculate i have is when it it is max a/c. The exhaust fumes are overwhelming when the heater is on. Can I add a toggle switch or something to get the blend door to close? 2001 f350 crew cab
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Old 02-10-2014, 03:29 AM
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Perhaps the bigger question is....

Why do you have exhaust fumes in the first place?

I do not have that issue with any of my 3 trks, sounds like there is an exhaust leak or some other issue letting fumes into the cabin area that should be fixed. Uppipes maybe?

Air recirculation on a/c only is something I remember... as a kid in the early '80's, while car shopping with my dad, he was complaining about it... he has allergies and fresh air made it worse.

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I would like to know how to recirculate the air on my heater. The only recirculate i have is when it it is max a/c. The exhaust fumes are overwhelming when the heater is on. Can I add a toggle switch or something to get the blend door to close? 2001 f350 crew cab
What he said. Sounds like you have a serious up pipe exhaust leak. Probably on the passenger side.
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