Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
The vent actuator has gone bad, you can try relearning the actuators by removing the fuse to your HVAC system for 5 min and reinstalling it or by disconnecting the battery for 5 min and reconnecting it. This will recalibrate the heater/ac vent actuator, if it does not reset the actuator. It has gone bad and will need to be replaced, very common for the actuator to go bad after a few years. The internal parts to the actuators are plastic and eventually wear out or crack, causing them to freeze on one spot.
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Posted on May 08, 2010
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