Tip & How-To about 2005 Kia Sedona

2002 to 2005 Kia Sedona front heater control locations

On the Kia Sedona there are 3 actuators on the front AC. These pictures will show the locations af all 3. 1st is the fresh air/recirc door and actuator. It is near the windshield on the passengers side. Looks like the dash has to be removed to get to it, but not sure. 2nd is the heater/ac temp blend door. it is behind the glovebox, upper left side. This is the one I am having a problem with. Then 3rd is the actuator for direction... floor, vent, defrost. It is located under the dash just to the right of the gas pedal. I have searched all over and couldn't get the info I needed so I went to an auto parts recycle shop and found one with the dash already out. I took these pictures so maybe they will help someone else. I hope so. It is extremely costly to have a shop do these repairs. Good luck, Mike The lsat shows the entire heater box.







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