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Posted: Sat Nov 24, 2007 4:31 pm 
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In new cars these days when you put the A/C fan onto max you nearly get blasted away with air (dads new commodore is like this and I think new fords are too) is it possible to make a ford falcon EF futura blow air like this, mine set at boost is probably the equivalent of dads set about half to 3/4 ?

aslo when i change the air flow direction i hear a hissing noise but the air flow will either slightly change so there is a little air coming out of all the vents but most comeing out at your face, is this easy to fix?



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Posted: Sat Nov 24, 2007 6:38 pm 
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You will find after more than 10 years worth of air flowing through the heater core it will be fairly chockers with dirt and leaves. Unfortunately when the E series commenced its journey down the assembly line those 10 or more years ago it started as the heater box and they built the car around that. Its a PITA to get at and clean. The air flow issue sounds like a vacuum leak in the plumbing or actuators.



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