Question about 2006 Nissan Armada
The actuator that controls air flow to floor is rotating 180 degrees and closing back off, when it should only be rotating 90 degrees. I replaced the actuator and this still happens. What tells that motor to stop?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check fuses and relays. there is an electric motor that opens and closes a "blend air door' that switches from hot to cold. the other lights may or may not be related. Is is very possible that the plug going into the control unit has a bad connection.
Posted on May 02, 2010
SOURCE: P1138 - Swirl Control Actuator
Can you diagnose your own vehicle?
Then you need to go to someone that can
You should not be using it, no matter what
research you do,as you have a check light on & as
you said, don't have a definite diagnoses.
A TPS Sensor will cause several problems, but not likely
to the point it would die.
Explain the #39---then stop with that
Posted on Jun 05, 2012
The a/c system is fairly comples, and there are several things that could contribute to your problem. may be the belt is loose, the bearings are out on your tensioner, the compressor is bad, or the refrigerant is low.
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Posted on Jul 24, 2012
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Fig. Remove the floor air outlet duct extension (1) from the floor duct (2)
2. Disconnect the electrical connection at the blend door actuator (10).
Fig. Blend door actuator and related components
3. Remove the blend door actuator mounting screws from the HVAC module.
4. Remove the blend door actuator as an assembly with the actuator cam.
Fig. Remove the blend door actuator mounting screws from the HVAC module
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