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Old 07-19-2007, 04:32 PM   #1
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Whats up Mustang Forums! Long time I know, but I need some help and I knew I'd have ya'll's help on this one....

Blend Door Motor and door need I say more.... What am I getting myself into? Has anyone been here, done that, what tools am I looking at? Ford house wants 900 bucks to replace. Ive got the shop and tools just need the tech advice.....

Anything is appreciated on this one guys and gals

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I've never replaced the blend do motor but I'm guessing the whole hvac assembly has to come out. You've got to pull the dash, discharge the ac. Should be 3 or 4 bolts and the box comes out. I think the blend door motor is right there once you got it out.
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Old 07-19-2007, 05:24 PM   #3
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So were talkin dash console, stearing column? or just the covers? take it completely out of the car? The door should be left or right side... Im thinking under the glove box but Im clueless to this..... Im opening a can of worms aren't I? *shakes head in disgust*
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Basically doing the same work as a heater core or evaporator.
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Old 07-19-2007, 08:41 PM   #5
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If its just a vacuum motor replacement, no need to pull all that crap out maybe. What is the problem? Which door is giving trouble?
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Hi everyone! I bought a 1993 mustang gt convert and it's a project runs great but what I want to know is the heat and cold switch on the panel cable was off when I hooked it up can't turn ****...any suggestions...

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Check the routing of the cable and the shielding to make sure there aren't any sharp turns or kinks in the cable and shielding is the first thing I would look for.
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You might want to check this also.
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Thanks a lot . Ill check it out...
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