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Old 12-01-2012, 02:33 PM
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Im new here have a question about my 2003 ram heater ac. My heater core went out and i have been having issues with blend doors on my hvac box.It getting cold again so i decided to bite the bullet, clear my schedule and jump in with all fours. What an mess !!! just hope i can remember how to put it all back. Removed complete dash and pulled hvac box out all but two of my blend doors were broken so i replaced them all the heater core and while i was at it the ac evaporator core. don't want to do this again. Ok the question when i reinstall the actuator motors how do i know what position on the rotation to blender door goes. they were pretty much spinning free. so i have no reference. i dont want to spin a door too far and strip or break the mount or stop. Any help?????
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Just put them in however they line up eith the actuator. They will recalibrate themselves when you're finished and turn on the system.
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