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Old 11-03-2005, 13:00   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there,

I own a Ed Falcon, the Futura model. This morning my climate control air direction lever stopped working. I can't get the vents to change from face to floor ands so on, its stuck on the window if that makes sense. I was told by a mate that the controls for switching the air are controled by manifold vacumn. Can anyone give me some tips on how to fix this problem?

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Old 11-03-2005, 18:23   #2 (permalink)
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Re: ED Falcon climate control

It could be a lose pipe.
Check THIS tread out and see if it helps.
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Thanks for the tip. Are the hoses located at the rear of the engine on the fire wall near the manifold?
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Pretty much. I have a NF (EF) and they are - looking from the front of the car to the back - located at the back right (in front of the passenger side)
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ok, I've located on the passenger side a little black box that has a hose running to the manifold, is that the hose?
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Re: ED Falcon climate control

You should have two lines coming from through the firewall.
Green....to heater tap.
Black...to manifold vacuum.

they will be paired coming through the same hole in the firewall.
If the vacuum hose has come off..as it sounds like it has, simply moving it about its length will locate its proper mount point.

If this is off if your ears are good enough you will hear the suction from the engine whilst running....it will also degenrate your fuel consumption figure.

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Re: ED Falcon climate control

Thanks Jas, will check it out and let you know how I went

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Problem fixed thanks for your help guys and girls.
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