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How to fix the blend door actuator on 2002 toyota camry

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SOURCE: Blend door not working.

The bleed door controls air temp not where it comes out, dash, floor, defroster, this is most likely a mode control switch problem, that switch is on the ac control head.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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ok first put you front seat down and back raise steering wheel . now lay on you back with you head in the drivers floor board. look up see 2 screws remove them and the panel they hold on . look to left main wire harness needs to be moved to the right , up and behind it is th blend actuator 7/32 socket to remove it then manually turn the white peg , total labor 30 min

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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on climate control press off and heat button and let go quickly. Then press automatic. The display will start rotating eventually displaying a code 025,125 , 024 etc. Then press defrost to stop. You may hear blend door operating atb that time. It worked for my climate control.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you fix the driver side air blend door actuator?

you cannot repair the actuator you need to replace it with new one. These motors turn but get weak with time. if you test it, it works, put it in and it doesn't. this is because the motor is weak, unfortunately GM does not sell these motors separately.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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the 1st thing is to see if the heater core has flow, check this by touching the in and out hose of the core at the engine firewall, if both are hot then the heater core is ok, at that point u will have to check the blend door to see if it moves, this door diverts the air over the hot heater core or the cold AC evaporator core, it is often controlled by a small special electric motor, it is called the blend door actuator motor, if it fails it will useually fail in the cold air position, to change this motor u must remove the dash.

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