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Heat blowing cold air and making a clicking noise

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Check the temperature actuator. sounds like the gears inside are broken.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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SOURCE: WHEN YOU TURN THE HEAT ON IT JUST BLOWS VERY COLD

it is an electrical motorized door actuator that is your problem. The blend door.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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Check the heater control valve, when u switch to heating mode, this valve is supposed to open, allowing hot engine coolant into the heater core under the dash, it is not opening the valve, the clicking is the sound from it attempting to open the valve.

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The clicking noise is a defective air temp control blend door motor, this is all to common and issue, to repair the defective part the dash must be removed.

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SOURCE: Air conditioner on 2002 Pontiac blowing hot air, although freon is not low...also makes a clicking noise.

Take it to a garage and have them evacuate the system and refill with refrigerant. you have air and non condensibles in the refrigerant system.

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This is a problem with these trucks, theres two things that cause this, the blend door is not working, the most common is the actuator motor that controls this door is bad and thats the clicking you are hearing, this motor is bolted to heaterbox, you will need to move heat lever to find the clicking motor as to there are a few of them that control other options, the other problem is the door breaks where the motor hooks to. that moves the door, if you remove the motor look at end where motor connects if its broke then a new door is needed, most of the time its just the actuator, heres a picture to help you find it, hope this helps.f802497.jpg

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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My a/c was working fine. I put the heat on and then went back to the a/c and it will not blow cool now. It did make some clicking noises in the dash while the heat was heating up but now it will not b


Your vehicle is now very old and will develop such issues. The blend door is operated by a vacuum motor, and may get stuck if in need of lubrication or if there is a vacuum leak under the dashboard (especially if your automatic brake release is leaking vacuum... very common issue).
Check for vacuum leaks, and lubricate the blend door (behind the glove compartment).

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The b;end door is most likely stuck it is controlled by a vacuum servo an air line may have come loose remove the radio and open the glove box fully for checking the vacuum lines

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Check the operation of the temperature control door. It is located in the center of the dash behind the radio. Look up between the gas pedal and heater case. It is white in color Move the temp knob while watching the actuator. If it is clicking it is bad. Good luck.

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The clicking noise is a defective air temp control blend door motor, this is all to common and issue, to repair the defective part the dash must be removed.

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