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Old 09-14-2002, 16:52   #1 (permalink)
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cabin air ducting sytem

hey guys..i got a problem with my air con ...climate control...whatever you wanna bloody call it...

it's just to do with the selector for where you want the air...
ie...windscreen...face...feet etc...

it's an EA I Falcon S....

basically my problem is that it's stuck on windscreen....it won't change from it....no matter how much i move the stick thing..(gotta love the technical words)

it just sits on windscreen the whole time...

does anyone know what would cause this...and who i might go about fixing it?

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Your selector switch may have become disconnected somewhere along the line.
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Check this post.

http://discussions.fordforums.com/sh...threadid=23865

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thanks...
but the problem seemed to fix itself....
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Mate, I had the same problem a few weeks ago, pulled half the dash out trying to find the prob. In the end it was a piddly little vacume hose off under the bonnet. On the left hand side of the firewall. Maybe you got a bit of crap in the line.
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