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No heat or a/c from second row vents

I have a 2003 durango slt plus. it has 3rd row seating with second row heat and a/c controls. i cannot get hot or cold air from the second row regardless of whether i use the front or rear controls. the front a/c and heating works just fine. can anyone help me?

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I have the same problem with my 2002 Durango. After accessing the rear HVAC unit you will find that there is a rear electronic actuator that operates a plastic door inside the duct system. The door switches the rear system between heat and cold. I had two broken items, the white actuator connector has a tab that broke off and the door inside the duct has broken where this connector fits inside. I am still trying to find the parts on line. I do not know what the part numbers are for these two items. Hope that helps, it seems to be a typical problem with the older durango's.

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