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Cold Air coming in around glove box w/ heat on!

Discussion in 'Explorer, Ranger, A/C & Heater systems HVAC' started by kid442, November 17, 2010.

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    1. kid442

      kid442 New Member

      November 6, 2008
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      I have a 2004 Explorer. Replaced the blend door actuator last spring. Have air and heat all summer and fall. Long trip over the weekend and my passenger was cold and uncomfortable with cold air coming in the passenger side of the dash. I jumped into the pass seat and there is a breeze. When you open the glove box it really come in. Can anyone help???
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    3. swetrid

      swetrid Well-Known Member

      September 30, 2010
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      City, State:
      Reading Pa
      Year and Model:
      1999 Eddie Bauer
      Recirculation door is broken off, common problem. This part of the heaterbox is only like $60 but you must remove the dashboard to replace. The door falls onto the blower motor and usually restricts the airflow somewhat.

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