In my navigator, my air conditioner and heat is not working in the front. It will work in the rear of the truck with the controls. It will sense the temperature in the vehicle and blow out correctly, just with no a/c or heat. Any way I can fix it my self?
No A/C or heat on 1998 Lincoln Navigator
by dstoddard in Boise, ID on September 23, 2009
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ANSWER by munkyrench on September 24, 2009
If you wish to do this yourself, you'll need to arm yourself with a high quality repair manual for starters. You may need some A/C tools and equipment as well, which can be very expensive. I would start with a repair manual and see what the diagnostic procedures entail. try alldatadiy.com for an inexpensive, high quality online repair manual
COMMENT by Visitor on June 29, 2010
You need to look at the Blend Door Actuator which is located under the dash and could be a big cost item if repaired at the dealership. You could fix it yourself if you have some mechanical skills. GOOGLE it and there's several articles on this problem which is common for those vehicals.
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