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2006 nissan titan remove dash arond passenger air bag

Heater blend door not moving but I can fix the problem by putting the post back into the plate then screwing in a metal strap above the moving plate to keep it from coming off (up and over) the post again... but I NEED TO REMOVE THE DASH ABOVE THE PASSANGER SIDE OF THE HEATER CHANBER WHERE THE AIR BAG IS. THANKS FOR YOUR FEEDBACK

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Get a 18V drill with phillips screw extention and start buzzing the screws in the armrest and under out...the glass could be anywhere so wear gloves.
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SOURCE: 2006 nissan titan air is blowing but not coming out of the dash vents

Your dash vents should all converge under your dash into 1 airway. It sounds as if that airway connections came off and the air is blowing under the dash, but not conected to the vent ducts. Most likely have to pull the dash off to see.

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The number one cause of this if you have verified the heater hoses are getting hot to the heater core is that the Air temperature Control blend door is jammed or the motor that moves it is defective or in most cases both are the problem. These parts are located deep inside the dash assembly which must be removed to service them.

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The airflow is controlled/directed with the use of blend door motors attached to the heater box assembly. If all other airflow is being directed as commanded, suspect a faulty blend door motor

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Unless you are absolutely certain that the heater core is bad, do not replace it! A vehicle as young as yours rarely has a bad core. Leakage is the prime cause of heater core failure. If you are not leaking coolant into the passenger compartment, then the core is probably not the problem. If you are not getting heat, the problem is most likely the blend door in the heater-A/C assembly. The linkage could be binding or the vacuum lines/vacuum tank could be leaking. Replacement of the core requires almost complete gutting of the dashboard interior of the vehicle, as well as draining the A/C system

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I have all the functions of the a/c and the associated operations of the dashboard doors when selected, except. no heat whatsoever when selected. The heater core is hot when the engine is @ normal temp....

Hi, this problem is caused by failure of the blend door actuator or structural failure of the door itself. First, access the actuator as instructed below. Have someone turn the key on and change the temperature setting while you watch the actuator. If the actuator turns, odds are the door hinge has failed. In this case, the heater box must be removed from the truck and split open to repair the door.
If the actuator does not move, it may have failed. Remove the actuator and check it for stripped gears or plug it back in and see if it will turn at all when the temperature control is changed. You might also want to check for voltage at the connector before buying a new actuator. A new actuator is about $40.

  1. Disarm the air bag system as explained below.
  2. Open the glove compartment to access the passenger air bag module bolts.


    Fig. Passenger air bag module view

  3. Disconnect the passenger air bag module electrical connector
  4. Remove the two passenger air bag retaining bolts.
  5. Disconnect the passenger air bag module electrical connector.
  6. Placing one hand in the glove compartment, push the passenger air bag module out and remove it.
    WARNING Do not handle the passenger air bag module by grabbing the edges of the deployment doors.
  7. Remove the defroster opening grill.

  1. Fig. Defroster grill view

  2. Detach and position the RH demister hose aside.
  3. On vehicles with anti-theft/keyless entry, remove the screws and position the anti-theft/keyless entry module aside.
  4. Working through the opening near the RH defroster nozzle, remove the screw.
  5. Disconnect the electrical connector.
  6. Remove the screws and the temperature blend door actuator.
  7. To install, reverse the removal procedure. Tighten the air bag module bolts to 71 inch lbs. (8 Nm).


Fig. Temperature blend door actuator view

Disarming the Airbag System

  1. Turn all vehicle accessories OFF.
  2. Turn the ignition switch to OFF.
  3. At the smart junction box (SJB), located below the RH side of the instrument panel, remove the RH lower cowl trim panel and remove the restraints control module (RCM) fuse from the SJB. For additional information, refer to the Owner-s Manual.
  4. Turn the ignition ON and visually monitor the air bag indicator for at least 30 seconds. The air bag indicator will remain lit continuously (no flashing) if the correct RCM fuse has been removed. If the air bag indicator does not remain lit continuously, remove the correct RCM fuse before proceeding.
  5. Turn the ignition OFF.
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  6. To deplete the backup power supply energy, disconnect the battery ground cable and wait at least one minute. Be sure to disconnect auxiliary batteries and power supplies (if equipped).
  7. Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301) and wait at least one minute.

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Last week I ran the air conditioning unit in my 2006 Pontiac Torrent, when I got home the weather had turned cold so I put it back on the heat, however, the heater does not work now, all it does is blow...

Hello first of all

Your blend door motor / acuator is bad its basiclly a door that opens and closes when you flip your
heat to ac dial to either allow the hot air through the vents or cold air.

That being said on some suv and cars and trucks you can replace the motor that controlls this blend door can be changed without removing the dash and some you haveto remove the dash.

The blend door is located right by the heater core in the dash but sometimes the motor that controlls the door blend door is accsesable without dash removal and sometimes it is. I posted a picture below of what part is bad i hope it helps you.

If it helps please leave me 4 thumbs up thanks


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Problem: failure of motor/linkage to heater/defrost selector door under the dash on the passenger side.
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