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« on: February 27, 2018, 02:19:34 PM »

Hello all,

Newbie here with Azteks and had a question on the climate control system.  I have an '04 FWD (single climate control) and the air conditioning blows hard in the cab.  When I turn it on to heat, it makes a lot of noise, but the air is very little movement.  I've torn out the knee bolster and underdash to replace the blender door actuator.  When I got to the actuator, the new and old both had full movement of the arm when plugged in.  Then, looking where the arm from the actuator connects, the little white Y-shaped plastic piece with the spring attached to it appears to be worn.  Is there a way to replace that part? Or replace the whole regulator unit with the arm? Is that even the cause? 

By the way, that is a huge pain to get to that actuator....

Thanks again for any insight!!
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