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Old 09-11-2008, 07:32 AM
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exploded diagram of 96 explorer heater box

Anyone happen to have an exploded diagram of the heater box and blend door for a 96 ford explorer? I need to fix the door. Thanks.
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Have you checked the Blend Door Fix post in the Helpful links section at the top of the forum?
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I looked through some of it but I guess I should give it another view.
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I went and found the blend door fix that marragtop had mentioned and followed the procedure this weekend. It actually worked for me . Took some tries to get it at the right distance on the shaft, the nail to the right length and secured in the new drilled hole so it didn't slide around but it works. Awsome write up also about it.
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