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I have 1995 Ford Ranger with a 2.3-liter 4 cylinder engine. If I turn on the heat and brought a turkey with me to work, I'd have dinner ready by the time I got to work.
I have 1995 Ford Ranger with a 2.3-liter 4 cylinder engine. If I turn on the heat and brought a turkey with me to work, I'd have dinner ready by the time I got to work. However, if I turn on the A/C, it only comes out the defrost. I'm assuming I have a combination of issues, which is understandable considering this is the first summer it's been driven in for four years, and I'm thinking my blend door actuator or something along those lines is acting up. Any suggestions as to what might be causing my issues? Kind of nice to have A/C when you live 30 minutes away in the middle of nowhere.
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You are hitting on the right keys with the the door blend actuator. It may be simply a vacuum leak as well.
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