How much is the diysave10 code for door actuator?
10% OFF $75. Use Code: DIYSAVE10 Online Ship-to-Home Orders Only If your car or truck passengers don’t seem to be getting all the benefits of your vehicle’s heating or A/C system, you could have a non-working A/C heater blend door actuator.
Can you replace a heater door blend actuator?
Our inventory of A/C heater door blend actuators includes replacement units that exceed OEM specifications and performance. You don’t need to struggle through the installation when your replacement part has been specially designed to work with your specific vehicle.
Where are the actuators on a car heater?
The majority of cars and trucks have two actuators; one on the passenger side and one on the driver side. Run your heater and air conditioner to see if the hot or the cold air reaches both the driver and the passenger side.
Where is the circulation actuator on a Ford Flex?
The blend door actuator (bda) and the circulation actuator are the same part number. You can find it tucked away on the left after you’ve dropped the glove box. The original bda is all black. The replacement will be black and white like the circulation actuator.
What kind of actuator do I need for my 2011 Flex?
2011 Limited EB – White Platinum Tri-coat/Med Lt Stone (traded in!) NC, thanks for the tip and the pic. I’ll have to check that out. I was wondering why that white motor didn’t work like the actuator should. I could move it with a screwdriver but the air temp didn’t change. Your description fits perfectly. I’ll give it a shot tomorrow and update.
Where to replace blend door actuator in Ford Flex?
Called the ford dealership (Worthington Ford in Long Beach) to see if they had it in stock and the parts guy knew the part # off the top of his head…. and they had it in stock. I’m thinking these have been an issue for Ford. $20 and easy to replace, so not a big deal.
When do you release the fast flap on a car?
The flap will release damage free from the Fast Flap when backing up into any type of obstruction which causes the mud flap to be pinched against the rear tire.