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Air coming out of defrost

Hi I have a 99 4cyl ranger and my a/c air is only coming out of defrost...I found the problem and it was that the vacuumball line was broken and I changed it but when I went to check there is another line that is broken and its the silver colored line that it's next to the vacuum line and I dont know where it goes. Can anyone help me please
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It goes to your heater control valve.....4 port valve connected to your heater core hoses. If that is leaking vacuum you will see your vents default to defrost in the MAX A/C position.
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Thanks man... i just noticed I dont have heater control valves and hoses, is there any chance of tricking the system?? Without buying heater
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Thanks man... i just noticed I dont have heater control valves and hoses, is there any chance of tricking the system?? Without buying heater
You don't have a heater core?
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Nope it got taken off , I live in puerto rico and it wasent necesary so it got taken off
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Sorry my mistake I have the core but everything else got taken off
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whats the weather like in puerto rico right now
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Hot!! Lowest is 65 normally 73-100 F.
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Well since you don't have a heater core or valve I would just cap off that line.
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And what can I do about a/c coming out of defrost?? Any idea? Thanks by the way!
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Thanks man!!
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