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Discussion in 'Stock 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by RogerB1, July 17, 2011.

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    1. RogerB1

      RogerB1 New Member

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      After removing my dash for the fresh air door replacement, I no longer have vaccuum which activate my a/c actuators. I see no disconnected lines anywhere. I tried to see if there was a fuse blown, but I cannot find one. Where do I look now?
       
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      theres a vacuum can under the pass side of the dash in the foot well. is it connected?
       
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      Are you talking about the black plastic capsule shaped object below the evaporator fan? Yes, it is connected. I did pull if off and re-attach it.
       

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