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2004 Sierra Dual zone auto climate controls. Where is the driver blender door actuator? I have heard the top of the dash has to be pulled off and it is a small nightmare to replace. I have the dash pulled off, but do not know where to go from here. Thanks

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It is located toward the center of the dash on the driver side. look under the dash for a triangle shaped servo motor,thats it.

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