Re: 1/2 fixed the EF climate control
E2 blend door problem: generally this occurs when the blend door motor over-runs its contacts. The motor is similar to a wiper motor's self park mechanism, so that it knows it's present position. It can however, run just past it's contact points, and "open circuit" The correct Ford recommended procedure is to remove the entire heating A/C system from the vehicle, which then allows physical access to the blend door motor, located in a tight squeeze between the heater box and cowl panel :(
My car has had recurring problems with this, and I have found a shortcut to (temporarily) fixing it. Remove the dash facia panel, and unplug the climate control unit, get two small jump wires, and locate the 4 larger pin contacts in the loom plug. Connect one each of the 2 bottom contacts with one each of the 2 top contacts (opposing ends of the plug), switch on ignition for a second or 3. DO NOT DO THIS WITH THE UNIT STILL PLUGGED IN! You should hear the motor drive. If not, swap over one end of the jump wires, and try again. If you hear the motor drive while connected, switch everything off again, remove the jump wires and plug the climate control unit back in and see how it goes.
If you cant get the motor to drive by the above method, then it is probably the motor itself which is faulty.
I reckon it's worth a try before having the whole thing removed, which also involves degas/regas of A/C.