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2006 Lincoln Navigator. I have replaced driver side blend door actuator. I am getting power to it. Tried the 9 volt battery. Not getting heat to driver side.

2006 Navigator no heat on driver's side

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  • Malissa Dickerson Dec 29, 2016

    I have power going to the actuator. I can manually operate it. I have done several self tests to no avail. Thanks

  • don-ohio Dec 30, 2016

    Sorry can't help you more,Malissa.I would probably unhook the power and block it partially open until you have better weather. don-ohio

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Probably the DCCV has quit working. (DUAL CLIMATE CONTROL VALVE). Might be located near radiator? Splits out the heat to the heater cores. don-ohio

Posted on Dec 25, 2016

  • Malissa Dickerson Dec 28, 2016

    If I operate the actuator manually, it works. Anyone know?

  • don-ohio Dec 29, 2016

    So you can manually move the blend door arm and you get heat? Did you take a voltmeter to the wiring connector to see if it gets power to the blend door connector?
    don-ohio

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