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Blower works and no heat or air come out

I think its the blen door

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I think you are on the right track with the blend door. Most of these are either a vaccume survo or a actuator run by a small electric motor. Open the glove box and remove the lid look to see which one have if it is a vaccume type check for vaccume leaks in the engine compartment.And to check the survo unplug the line and apply vaccume and watch for the rod to move and it should not bleed down till you release the vaccume. If it is the actuator, check for power at the plug, if none found check the fuses. If you have power replace the actuator. Hopes this helpes

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You got it!!! Take care mechanic. Best wishes to you.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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