Question about 1999 Dodge Intrepid
Same year durango puts them in rear drivers side passenger panel..i followed the sound of the actuator door. $80.fix
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blend door
Yes take the glove box out. Once done you should see a control that kinda resembles a boot and it has a small white arm on it that looks like a straw and has two phillip head screws that should be removed then disconnect the wire connection to it. Once you do that get a dremmel tool and cut a hole wide enough to see the doors they are right behind that black wall and dont worry its ok to cut that spot out all that comes out of it is air and it wont bother anything. you can take the doors out from there or at least see wuts wrong with it. More that like that thing i said that looked like a straw is connected to an actuator arm which the doors are connected to. You can see if they are broke or the arm just needs replacing from there. Doors up for heat------Doors down for a/c. You will see what i mean. If I confused ya then go to www.heatertreater.net and it will give you a picture of what i mean....
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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