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I have a 2001 chrysler voyager where is the blend door actuator located and how to remove it

its in the HVAC heater core box,
how to remove it is a very long answer.
read the FSM on HVAC
or login to see HVAC chapter, and read. it.
anyone can, not just me.

i see this on line,.
  1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
  2. Remove first row seat.
  3. Remove second row seat.
  4. Remove sliding door sill trim panel.
  5. Remove quarter trim bolster.
  6. Remove D-pillar trim panel.
  7. Remove first row seat belt anchor.
  8. Remove second row seat belt anchor.
  9. Remove screws attaching quarter trim to quarter panel from bolster area.
  10. Remove screws attaching rear edge of quarter trim to attaching bracket.
  11. Disengage hidden clips attaching front of quarter trim to quarter panel rearward of sliding door opening and at locators.
  12. Remove quarter trim from quarter panel.
  13. Disconnect speaker wire connector on LWB quarter trim panel with rear air conditioning.
  14. Pass second row seat belt through slot in trim panel on long wheel base vehicle.
  15. Pass first row seat belt through slot in trim panel.
  16. Remove quarter trim panel from vehicle.
  17. Remove the two screws that secure the top of the quarter trim panel attaching bracket to the quarter inner panel.
  18. Remove the screw that secures the back of the rear heater-A/C unit housing to the right D-pillar.
  19. Remove the screw that secures the front of the rear heater-A/C unit housing to the right quarter inner panel.
  20. Carefully pull the top of the rear heater-A/C unit housing away from the right quarter inner panel far enough to reach between the rear heater-A/C unit housing and the quarter inner panel to access the blend door actuator.
  21. Remove the two screws that secure the blend door actuator to the rear heater-A/C unit housing.
  22. Pull the blend door actuator away from the rear heater-A/C unit housing far enough to disengage the actuator output shaft from the blend air door pivot.
  23. Raise the blend door actuator far enough to access and disconnect the rear HVAC wire harness connector for the actuator from the actuator connector receptacle.
  24. Remove the blend door actuator from between the rear heater-A/C unit housing and the quarter inner panel.

May 21, 2014 | 2001 Chrysler Voyager

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Hoop up a tachometer on a cavalier92

Tachometers generally always attach in the same way, that is, there are 4 wires: red = a switched-on ( hot only when car is running)12 volt source, black = suitable good ground, green = trigger ( the negative side of the distributor or coil), yellow or remaining color is for the light bulb in the tach for night time driving.
Attach the yellow to a wire that has power when your lights go on such as a instrument wire. It is advise able to use a 12 volt circuit tester to probe wires.
Good luck.

Jul 18, 2011 | 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier

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The rear passenger door on 1993 lincoln contenental will not open neither from outside nor from inside but the pin goes up and down when operated by fob as well as unlock - lock button on the car

Ok this one is a tough one. If your handle on the outside does not work for some time, then the rod that attaches to the handle has most likely come loose. Your options are limited. I usually do not recommend the use of a slim jim. However in this case, a slim jim is an option. Inside your read door panel are three main rods. One rod moves the inside handle. The other rod moves the outside handle. The third rod is attached to the lock knob. Using the slim jim slide it into the door. Hook it onto one of the rods and pull up slightly. Try to see what is moving when you move the rod. If it is the inside handle or lock knob is moving, then find another rod that moves nothing. That will be the rod that should be attached to your outside handle. Lift up on that rod and it should open your door.
After you open the door, go ahead and take the time to fix your door, by removing the door panel and re-attaching the rod to the handle.

Let me know if you have any further questions.

thankyou for using

Jan 21, 2011 | 1990 Lincoln Continental

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Volvo xc90 rear hatch door closed and won't open

Hold the hatch hard closed into its frame whilst pulling on the release handle. The mechanism on most cars consists a grab/release on the door and a simple metal hop at the bottom of the frame. Over time the hoop can become loose and move slightly inwards each time the door is shut. The door seal rubbers push back on the door surround putting a lot of tension against the grab/release mechanism preventing it from releasing. By pressing on the door and compressing the rubber surround you will take the pressure off the release mechanism and allow it to open when you pull on the handle. Once the door hatch is open, loosen the mounting bolts to the metal hoop and move it out about 10mm. Tighten the mounting bolts. Shut the door gently as a trial close and check for security of fit. If very slack, ease the hoop inwards a couple of millimetres. When happy, tighten the mounting bolts securely. draw around the hoop mount with indelible ink so if it moves in future you have early visual warning and can remount it easily

Jul 13, 2010 | 2004 Volvo XC90

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What is the correct tire pressure for the Lexus RX350?

It is required in the USA that tire pressure settings are on a label attached to the driver's side door frame or the door itself. It is in plain view. Look for it. Read it.

Dec 30, 2009 | 2008 Lexus Rx 350

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2006 Impala TPMS regularly reads tire pressures wrong, sometimes says zero and other times it reads 35 psi. Two sensore act up more than the other two.

The remote control door lock receiver (rcdlr) antenna and receiver are the most likely cause of your problem. If you remove the A pillar molding on the drivers side you should see the antenna attached with a push pin against the paint. You could try attaching the antenna ground to the pillar by cleaning the paint off and using a real screw to attach the ground.

The other fix is having the rcdlr, antenna, and transmitters replaced which will cost you some money. This bulletin number will help if the dealership will print it for you. 07-08-52-001C

Nov 28, 2009 | Chevrolet Impala Cars & Trucks

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How do change the fuel filter on a1600 16v escort


Nov 24, 2009 | 1996 Ford Escort 4 Door

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I am trying to find out if the oil dipstick just says engine on it

Yes, it is the white-hoop shaped handle that reads ENGINE across it.

Sep 13, 2009 | 2002 Mitsubishi Galant

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Lock cylinder problems

It is one of two things. The rod that connects from the tumbler or the pot metal hoop that actuates the rod and connects the tumbler to the rod. If the hoop is broken you will need to remove the steering wheel to gain access to the hoop. The hoops break in Fords all the time. They are very cheap to purchase. The steering wheel is removed first. Then the turn signal switch assembly. Then you have access to the broken hoop assembly I was telling you about. You will need a steering wheel puller to remove the steering wheel. Good luck.

Feb 07, 2009 | 1993 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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