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We have a 2007 station wagon and the vent control direction knob just snapped off and is stuck on the floor vent. It would appear that the inside is an hexagonal sleeve for the knob. How do I repair the problem. From what i gather it is not the knob that is the problem but a cable behind. How to I access this and how do I repair it? Thanks
See the diagram attached. You must test the device electric, like motor, wires, switch, for dirty, oxide, corrosion, loose wires, with your VOM, and fix it. God bless you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Might be the same....You may want to do the diagnosis proceedure. Alot of times its the door actuators. Servos in replace of old cable design. Usually it will be a code 46. DOOR BLEND ACTUATOR SHORT TO BATTERY.
The DTC's can be checked with the MTC control and the Odometer Display of the Mechanical Instrument Cluster if a DRBIII® scan tool is not available. The MTC control can only be placed into the diagnostic mode while the engine is running and the vehicle is not moving. To place the system into it's diagnostic mode, adjust the MTC control to the following settings:
DTC's related to the MTC control head will appear on the odometer display in numerical form after the letters "AC". The odometer display will return to normal operation if no DTC's are found. If a problem is found, then the odometer will display the letters "A/C" followed by the DTC number. The odometer display can only show one DTC at a time. Under certain circumstances, more than one DTC could be in the memory. To scroll through any additional DTC's, press the A/C button on the MTC control. The BCM will beep each time the A/C button is pushed. Continue pushing the A/C button and recording the DTC's until the odometer returns to normal operation (note the letters AC will dissapear.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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