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Air blend door actuator honda crv 2004 - 1996 Honda Accord

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SOURCE: 2004 honda crv brake won't release

Your emergency brake is a mechanical brake system that is indipendant of the regular hydrolic system. If the red brake light on the dash is on make sure it's the emerg. brake and not a problem with the fluid level or the calapers sticking. the best way to check the emerg. brake is to rase both rear wheels off the ground and spin them. If they spin, the emerg. brake is not locked up. If they don't spin, take the rear tires off and the brake drums. (you may have rear disk brakes.) check the springs to insure they are all hooked up properly. If there is no problem there, follow the parking brake cable to check for damage. The cable is like a brake cable on a bike, If the inner cable is binding inside the cable sleeve,the brake wont release. If you have rear disc, it's probly a bad calaper.The park brake cable is attached to the calapers. Rember if it wont run it's annoying but if it won't stop, it's deadly. DON"T experiment with brakes!!! If in doubt, take it to a pro.

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SOURCE: 2002 honda crv air filter change

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Can you specify if you are referring to the engine intake air filter or the cabin air filter?
If you are referencing the cabin air filter, the attached youtube video should help.

I originally created the video for the Odyssey, but found out after looking at my dad's CRV that it is essentially the same procedure as the Odyssey, and have also noticed that the same stands true for most Honda vehicles built between 2005 and 2009.

Happy motoring!

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SOURCE: Honda CRV 2002 air conditioning not cold and was just charged,

Did you have compressor checked to make sure it is not the problem? Or did you just charge due to lack of cool air? Some parts stores can check it. Garages too.. If not the prob let me know..

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SOURCE: 2004 Honda CRV - Front Brakes running hot!!!

either caliper seized ? also when you installed the rotors did you have them machined ?

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SOURCE: 2004 honda accord door lock

It's a bi-directional solenoid and you have to remove
the door panel to access it. This involves removing
the door handle, door pull, power window switch. To
get at mounting screws pry the trim cover where
applicable. Starting at the bottom of the door panel
using a flat screw driver to pry the fasteners away from
the door, try not to damage them or dislodge them
from the panel. When they are all free lift up on the
panel to free it from the upper door ridge. Disconnect
any connectors and the door handle cable to remove
the panel. One consideration is the solenoid may
not be bad so a volt meter will be needed to test for
current to the solenoid. Opening and closing the
door overtime is one reason for a broken wire. To tell
you the truth, I would only attempt this if I were dead
sure it was the solenoid and you have to muddle thru
the above to do that. You may need Honda.

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Air blend door actuator


This could be a computer problem or a defective blend door actuator .most common is the blend door actuator . Now if the actuator is not giving the proper feedback to say what position is it in then if could be defective . im not saying to buy from this website ok ....it simply to show you the part picture . you should be able to get it at auto zone or advanced auto locally
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In all modern cars there is a tiny DC electric motor driven gear drive that moves a plastic door that blends heated and cooled air from the AC and the heater core, this is called (interestedly enough) the air temperature control blend door actuator. The motor that moves this door fails because the door starts sticking from warping, most common complaint is no heat but it can be no AC as well. To replace these parts (blend door and blend door actuator) you must remove the entire dash from the car. Always have this problem confirmed by a dealer or qualified repair shop as it is a very expensive repair.

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plan on removing the dash to get to it . then go buy a manual read what needs done and you might take it to a mechanic

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I'm having the same problem except on mine it's the driver's side that's blowing cold. Do you have the pictures in a finer resolution? I can't make them out and when I zoom, they are too grainy. Does the replacement require removing the dashboard? What's the general cost of the acuators? Are they readily available at like NAPA or other parts stores?

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This is my best guess with out knowing the year of the vehicle.
If you have a climate control system, ( driver's side, and passenger side heat & a/c setting ), you likely have an issue with the blend door being stuck, or a bad actuater, ( this moves the blend door )

If you do not have a climate control system, you likely have a trap/flapper door sticking, or some blockage in the duct work.

I hope this helps you.

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My 2004 Avalanche ' heating system will not heat. No matter what the setting it either blows no air or cold air and it is 25 degrees outside so this is a problem. The engine is up to temp and I have tried...


The most likely cause is a failed blend door actuator; however I recommend a little troubleshooting. First, can you hear a clicking sound behind the dash when you turn the setting to hot? If yes, it is certainly the actuator stripping its gears. If not, check to make sure the heater hoses are both hot as they connect to the heater core at the firewall (in the engine compartment). If one or both of the hoses do not get hot, there is a blockage caused either by an air bubble or a stuck water control valve in the heater hose. If the hoses are both hot, the indication is again the blend door actuator.

Below are instructions for replacing the actuator. Look at the diagrams carefully--the big arrows point to the front of the truck and the actuator is on the side of the heater box above the outlet duct that runs to the driver's side of the floor. Also, the actuator is expensive, so I recommend you make sure it's bad and shop around a bit to get a good price. To check out the actuator, first see if you can turn the blend door by hand. If you can't turn it, maybe it's jammed. Also, reconnect the actuator after removing it and see what it does when you turn the heater to hot.

Removal & Installation
  1. Remove the floor air outlet duct extension (1) from the floor duct (2).

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Fig. Remove the floor air outlet duct extension (1) from the floor duct (2)


Disconnect the electrical connection at the blend door actuator (#10 in pic below). jturcotte_394.gif

Fig. Blend door actuator and related components


Remove the blend door actuator mounting screws from the HVAC module.


Remove the blend door actuator as an assembly with the actuator cam.
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Fig. Remove the blend door actuator mounting screws from the HVAC module



To install:

  1. Install the blend door actuator as an assembly with the actuator cam.
    1. Line up the heater/defroster valve lever with the blend door actuator cam slot.
    2. Line up the A/C valve lever with the blend door actuator cam

  2. Install the blend door actuator mounting screw to the HVAC module.
    1. Tighten the blend door actuator mounting screw to 14 inch lbs. (1.6 Nm).

  3. Connect the electrical connection at the blend door actuator (10).
  4. Install the floor air outlet duct extension (1) to the floor air duct (2).


Picture of actuator:


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2004 f350 ford heater blows cool air but hoses are both warm-where do i start looking


check to see if the blend door is moving where you change the temperature setting. I think your blend door is behind the glove box. Here are instructions for removing the actuator. Take it off, plug it back in and see if the motor rotates. Also check to see if you can rotate the blend door by hand. If you can rotate it by hand, the motor is probably broken of the gears are stripped. Let me know if you have questions.
  1. Release the stops and lower the glove compartment door.
  2. Disconnect the connector.
f4b0b74.gif Fig. Blend door actuator-F-250 & 350


  1. Remove the two screws. Rotate the blend door actuator and bracket assembly. Remove the electronic blend door actuator and bracket assembly.
  2. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

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Most vehicles are vacuum actuated heat and A/C under dash and the blend door on your is staying closed and covering the heater core so no heat can enter. The blend door vacuum line is most likely crimped closed or disconnected. Look on top of the heater box for said actuator and the door hinge to check it. You may be able to see it even.

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Hot air comes out the passenger side when air condirioning is on.


The control module or actuator is most likely the cause. You can manually set it for cold air until winter. Actuator is under the dash right by the blower.

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