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There's warm air blowing out of the driver-side

On my 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca, there's warm air blowing out of the driver-side vents and colder air blowing out the passenger-side. Subaru thinks that there's a sensor or actuator that is failing on one side. Is it easy to access the mechanism that opens and closes the vents so I can check/replace this myself?

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Most of the time the dash has to come out to access the actuators on the heater box.

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