Question about 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Hello and welcome. this vehicle uses two electric motors called door actautors. these actuators move the passenger and drivers temp doors to ajust temps from hot to cold, and cold to hot. the actuator for the passenger side is causing your problem. you will need to replace the passenger side actuator. just a note, do not plug in the actuator until it has been installed.
ubder the passenger side of dash you will see a plastic cover called a insulator. remove this cover, after that you will need to remove the glove box, then you will be able to gain access to the actuator.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the right air temperature actuator.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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