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Hearter control button for air flow .wont change the air flow

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    dos the dash just pop off

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The air flow director is controlled by vacuum. If you remove the controller you will find several small, different colored vacuum lines. First check if there is any vacuum to them by removing them while the engine is running. If there isn't, then the main vacuum supply could be blocked or disconnected. If there is vacuum, then its possible that the "air director" is either jammed up, broken, or the linkage is disconnected. Both problems are quite a chore to fix. It'd be best to bring it to a shop that specializes in this area because it requires removing the entire dash. I've done this and it took me 3 whole days to complete, It saved me a lot of money, but gave me major headaches.

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Having problems with climate control. Temp setting does not come back on to the last setting it always comes back on at 75. Also when pushing the front defrost it doesn't blow air.


You may want to have it check for DTC'S diagnostic trouble codes . A code may point to the problem , these HVAC systems are very complex .
DTC B0248, B0268, B0408, B0418, B0428, or B3531
The HVAC door actuator is an electronic motor with a feedback potentiometer. The HVAC control module supplies power and ground to the actuator. The HVAC control module controls the direction of the actuator by changing the polarity of the control circuit. When the actuator reaches the desired position, voltage is removed from the control circuit. The HVAC control module determines the current position of the actuator by monitoring the feedback voltage of the door position signal circuit. The feedback potentiometer position is a function of the actuator position.
• Air flow control 3 circuit refers to the front mode actuator
• Air flow control 7 circuit refers to the recirc actuator.
• Temperature control 1 circuit refers to the driver air temperature actuator
• Temperature control 2 circuit refers to the passenger air temperature actuator
• Temperature control 3 circuit refers to the rear air temperature actuator
• Air flow control 10 circuit refers to the rear mode actuator
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This diagnostic procedure supports the following DTCs:
• DTC B0248 Air Flow Control 3 Circuit
• DTC B0268 Air Flow Control 7 Circuit
• DTC B0408 Temperature Control 1 Circuit
• DTC B0418 Temperature Control 2 Circuit
• DTC B0428 Temperature Control 3 Circuit
• DTC B3531 Air Flow Control 10 Circuit

Your having air flow issues and temp. control !
DTC B0413, B0423, B0433, B3761, B3773, or B3782
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• DTC B0423 Temperature Control 2 Feedback Circuit
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• DTC B3761 Air Flow Control 3 Feedback Circuit
• DTC B3773 Air Flow Control 7 Feedback Circuit
• DTC B3782 Air Flow Control 10 Feedback Circuit

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The Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor is located in the stream of intake air and measures this intake flow rate by measuring a part of the entire intake flow. It is what they call a hot film and is supplied with electric current from the Engine Control Module (ECM).
The temperature of the hot film is controlled by the ECM to a certain extent. The heat generated by the hot film is reduced as the intake air flows around it. The more air, the greater the heat loss. Therefore, the ECM must supply more electric current to maintain the temperature of the hot film as air flow increases. The ECM detects the air flow by means of this current change.
The OBDII people suggest that before you replace the mass air flow sensor, try replacing the air filter and cleaning the air flow sensor with compressed air or by using a cleaner on the mass air flow sensor. Truly, all that may be wrong is a build-up of dirt.Unfortunately, in your case, replacing the Mass Air Flow did not work.After replacement, did you reset the code and drive the vehicle?.
I suggest you replace the air filter and check for intake air leaks.YouTube has some good videos on how to do this, one by Eric the car guy and one by Scottie Kilmer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CPqbaSgcokhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMok2y05jNE

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Need more information to help solve this problem.
You mean speed of air flow or direction of air flow?
-If direction of air flow no change that mean:
1. Cable from the knob to control door is slip off or if the system is control by vacum. The vacum line is leak or slip off.
-If the peed stay same even move the switch to hight or low:
1. Bad switch.


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Have you changed your thermostat? I test all thermostats to make sure they work before I install them. Also back flush the hearter core. Disconnect the heater hoses and flush the core. I see a lot of these clogged. Hope this helps.
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