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Old 08-26-2013, 12:29   #1 (permalink)
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Help! I am in need of a climate control module for a 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis.

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What are the symptoms? They are easily rebuildable if it's the automatic climate control and it's just the "O" rings that have failed.
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What are the symptoms? They are easily rebuildable if it's the automatic climate control and it's just the "O" rings that have failed.
Agree with this. The o-rings fail and it basically defaults to the defrost position.


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What are the symptoms? They are easily rebuildable if it's the automatic climate control and it's just the "O" rings that have failed.
It still blows cold but just out from defrost, not through the vents. Sometimes it just blows out the floor and then back to defrost. Pushing buttons doesn't help.

How do you replace the O rings? Can you get them from a hardware store?

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Usually yes. If you remove the control head and disassemble you will see some small solenoids inside. They each have a small o-ring in the end. I get them at local parts store.


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Usually yes. If you remove the control head and disassemble you will see some small solenoids inside. They each have a small o-ring in the end. I get them at local parts store.


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Use surgical quality silicon O rings. I have a bunch. PM me with your address, they will be in the mail.
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How did the repair work out?
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How did the repair work out?
Hi Bajarider,

Thank you so much for the O-rings. I'm just now preparing to do the repair. In the factory service manual step one says to remove the finish panel and it shows the panel with a big arrow pointing away from it. I've never taken one apart before. How does one remove it?

I am not a mechanic but with the help of good folks like you on these forums plus factory service manuals I've been able to keep my Buick Roadmaster and my wife's Grand Marquis going for a long time. I have a good mechanic who takes care of the big stuff and so far I've been able to keep up with the little stuff that would cost a small fortune if it had to go to the shop for repair every time.

These big old cars are great rides and I feel like they are living history, although my kids disagree.

Thank you very very much again,

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