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I am from Missouri and just bought a 06 Mustang Convertible and need to know if anyone knows how to keep the air conditioner vents from moving all the time. They will not stay in the position that you set them. Any help would be appreciated.
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Welcome to the site. I pulled my vents. (You can also go on you tube to get a visual on how to pull them.) Once they are removed, look for the pivot point where the vents move. I cut small pieces of plastic to fit in the opening where the pivot point are located. Worked fine for me.
Once you pull them and see how they operate, you may have some other ideas of how to fix your problem. If you can't fix it, PM me and I will pull one of mines and send you a photo.
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