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2006 Navigator. I replaced a/c actuator and I can operate it manually.

Help. 2006 Navigator. I replaced blend door actuator and I keep getting code B1266

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Hello Melissa Dickerson...

Number one ruLe.. when you FIX something...
IF it gets worse

GO BACK

Read the "door procedures" beyond your PREVIOUS
blend door solution... (11 days ago)

There are a lot of actuators...

I didn't get that your new actuator had fixed your trouble... but FOR SURE IT added a CODE issue???

If working... but codes... you need only check your wiring... OR perhaps your new part has a fault of its own.

Else
Put the old part back in... (If the "code stays"
the ELECTRICAL connector is NOW DAMAGED too)
but before doing so...
follow the FUNCTIONAL instructions from below...

"Manually operate, and inspect the LH temperature blend door linkage for incorrect placement, binding or damage".

11 days ago your "no heat" does point to the "blend door"

If by no "heat" you meant the AIR was not coming thru...
that's a different door.

My 2004 seems to be the same unit... Factory directions match
but rock auto shows different parts...

2006 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 5 4L V8 Heater Blend Door Actuator RockAuto

You have a lot of doors to choose from

Posted on Dec 30, 2016

  • Malissa Dickerson Dec 30, 2016

    I am aware of the many doors. I run my own repair shop. However, I can operate it manually. I am putting in another one today and will update later

  • Malissa Dickerson Jan 16, 2017

    put in another actuator. Same problem. I can operate it manually only

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