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Blend Door Motor 2001 Jetta

Is it possible to buy just the blend door motor for the A/C and heater? I was told I would have to buy the entire assembly. I don't think this is true just wanted to be sure.

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HI
YOU NEED TO GET THAT PART FROM THE YUNK YARD OR GO TO E-BAY

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Get on the internet and do a search(Google) for parts for VW. Call each one until you will finally find it somewhere even if it is at a junk yard somewhere in the world.Seroiusly!! I have a '92 Honda Prelude and I found a Transmission for less then a $700.00 with only 48,000 miles on it. It took some time and alot of calls but it works like a charm 3 years later now. Knock on Wood,I always say!!

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