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1994 Lincoln Town Car Blend Door Common Problem

autonut4autonut4 Member Posts: 4
edited July 2014 in Lincoln

This is a common Lincoln problem. In all I have read thus far and sites visited, I have as yet to locate a good picture of where exactly the blend door actuator is located. The repair manual doesn't help either. I pulled the control unit out at a wrecking yard and looked all over with the dash removed but still could not figure out where it was located. It started to get really hot so I finally gave up. I have ordered a new Dorman unit and want to install. But I want to know exactly where it is.
Can anyone supply me any pictures or refer to a site where this nasty object is located? I have seen some pictures close up where it is, but still no idea of where on the cowl it might be. Not sure how many read the posts on this site but hope someone can help.


  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481

    This YouTube video might help:

  • autonut4autonut4 Member Posts: 4

    This is the best picture I have seen thus far. The video is for a '95 but I think the '94 is very similar but not 100% the same. I remember seeing the two things on the bottom left but do not recall seeing the upper part of I think they call this the plenum chamber. Was it hidden? I will have to go back and check it out again now that I have a more positive idea of where the actuator sits. Thanks very much for taking the time to answer Shifty.

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