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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-10-2018, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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Help me get this vacuum line plugged in, please.

07 with no heat or air and I think this vacuum line is the culprit. I opened the hood to check stuff and found it just sitting there as the pic shows. Does anyone know where or what it's supposed to be plugged in to?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-10-2018, 02:40 PM
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That's the washer fluid line for the windshield sprayer. Have you verified that the blend door actuator doesn't move inside the car?
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Have not verified that yet, it's my sisters car (my old car) and when she got to the house she said it was just blowing out the same temp air as the outside. Thanks

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That's the washer fluid line for the windshield sprayer. Have you verified that the blend door actuator doesn't move inside the car?
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BDA is a common failure. Fortunately the part is fairly cheap from the aftermarket (around $40), and replacing the BDA only takes about 20 minutes.

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Had a problem with a Dorman brand actuator. It functioned properly for heat but cost me a lot of time troubleshooting an AC that was not performing as designed. It did not stroke to fully closed off heat which added 15 degrees to the AC outlet temp. A JY Motorcraft branded one cured the issue.
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