Ford Explorer: Rear Climate Control / Description and Operation - Rear Climate Control - Component Location

Ford Explorer 2020-2024 Service Manual / Electrical / Climate Control System / Rear Climate Control / Description and Operation - Rear Climate Control - Component Location


Item Description
1 Rear HVAC Control Module

Item Description
1 Rear Climate Control Housing
2 Rear Blower Motor
3 Rear Blower Motor Speed Control
4 Rear Evaporator
5 Rear Thermostatic Expansion Valve
6 Rear Heater Core
7 Rear Temperature Door Actuator
8 Rear Air Distribution Door Actuator

Item Description
1 Rear Heater Core Outlet Line
2 Rear Heater Core Inlet Line
3 Rear Evaporator Rear Outlet and Inlet Line

    Rear Climate Control

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    Description and Operation - Rear Climate Control - Overview

    Overview The rear climate control system is standard equipment on all engine packages. The rear climate control system operation is determined by the settings on the front HVAC control panel selec..

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