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Old 12-27-2009, 03:59 PM
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i dont know how to tell if it is or not
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Are you sure you're talking about the blend door and not the recirc door?
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Old 12-27-2009, 04:12 PM
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the blend door is connected to the little motor on the underside of the unit correct and the recirc door is the one behind the glove box door to the right up a little right
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Yeah. You said you can actually move the blend door but get no temp change and can touch the core and it's hot? You need to pull the blower and check for debris.
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but im still getting the same amount of airflow from the vents on either way with the blend door
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And you've actually removed the actuator and moved the door by hand?
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yes i have i get heat for like a second then it blows cool
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That's a bit different than NO heat at all. That sounds more like a circulation or core problem.
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why would it blow warm for a second then blow cool the airflow amount doent seem to change
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Insufficient flow would take all of the heat out of the coolant that's in the core in a matter of seconds.
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