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post #1 of 9 Old 08-15-2007, 09:13 AM Thread Starter
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Need help locating A/C Vent door..

I think my a/c door is stuck open, can you help me locate it on my 2000 F-250 PSD
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why do you think the door is stuck open?is it in defrost mode only?
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****, this seems to be a ridiculously prevalent problem. People are going to remember the 6.0 as the truck that had the A/C problem, not the old injector issues.

If you're having this problem, and tons of others are too, myself included, what kind of out-of-warranty attention will it get? I'm told it is a vacuum related problem.
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Mine is a 2000 7.3...I checked and can't find it...I was checking from inside the engine bay..
The reason I thought it might be a prob, was that my freon reading are within norm, and my a/c temp fluctuates b/t 43 and 68 degrees. I replaced my fan clutch and cleaned my a/c condensor and radiator fins.. So I thought the vent door was sticking like in my old 96 F-250

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bronconut,what are the issues with your ac?what is it doing or not doing?
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It varies between blowing cold air and semi-cold air.
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could be vacuum leak to the max a/c damper.


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i had a similar issue with my 2000 last saturday i was sitting in my grandmothers drive way waiting for the turbo to cool off and my a/c stopped blowing out the vent and started blowing out the defroster it would not change with the knobs so i opened the hood and wiggled the vacuum lines and it started to work again it has not bothered since i dont know if i have a bad vac line or what the problem is
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