is there a flap to open my heater on my 1963 thunderbird

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Asked by Nov 22, 2014 at 03:40 PM about the 1963 Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1963 thunderbird the heater doesn't work, the two heater tubes are hot ( towards and from) the heater, the heater blower motor works so is there some sort of a door or an opening .
I have in the passenger foot well, up under the dash a small shiny tube bottle ( looks like a vacuum module but it has a small ( 1/8") tube coming from it, this is disconnected, Is this to do with the heater?

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you have to have vacuum for it to open. hook it up and see what happens.lol

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Thanks cowdough, its started raining so ill have to wait awile but tnzt mKes sense, ill try to get/look unxer the dash and get some sort of a vacuum to it, That small canister I saw could be something to do with it, thanks, ill let you know Neil

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