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2007 Entourage - passenger side heater blend door actuator

The vehicule has dual climate zome and only the driver side works properly. The pasenger side is blowing cold air when the heater is turned on. I tried to acces the heater blend door actuator by removing the lower glove compartment, but the unit (the blend door) still seems out of reach.
Does anyone have the schematic of the dash board? Do I have to remove something else to access the unit?
Help would be appreciated. TIA
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I'll check at work tomorrow for info.
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I haven't done this job myself but if you can trust our Alldata Pro repair instructions it looks like an easy job.

1. disconnect negative battery terminal (probably not really necessary)
2. remove the *driver's* crush pad lower panel
3. disconnect temperature control actuator electrical connector after removing the air duct
4. loosen the mounting screws and then remove the temperature control actuator


So it looks like the actuator for the passenger side is mounted on the driver side of the center console area. Either that or Alldata is wrong but I find their writeups to be very accurate.

Let us know if this is accurate and how the job goes.
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I haven't done this job myself but if you can trust our Alldata Pro repair instructions it looks like an easy job.

1. disconnect negative battery terminal (probably not really necessary)
2. remove the *driver's* crush pad lower panel
3. disconnect temperature control actuator electrical connector after removing the air duct
4. loosen the mounting screws and then remove the temperature control actuator


So it looks like the actuator for the passenger side is mounted on the driver side of the center console area. Either that or Alldata is wrong but I find their writeups to be very accurate.

Let us know if this is accurate and how the job goes.


Would you be able to provide more detailed instructions and perhaps a few diagrams? i.e. how to remove the driver's crush pad lower panel? Also, if the passenger side actuator is on the driver's side, where is the driver's side actuator? Would it also be on that side and how would I be able to tell them apart?

Lastly, is there a third actuator to control the temperature in the back? The front is dual zone (driver and passenger) and the back has seperate temperature controls. So where would the rear actuator be located?

I just want to be sure that I replace the correct one.

Thank you for your help.
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Let me ask this : if in a front dual climate vehicle the temperature is fine on one side (i.e. follows the temperature set on the controls), but the other side is not (i.e. blowing cold air instead of hot), is the likely faulty part the "blend air actuator" or the "air temperature door" or are they the same motor?
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The vehicule has dual climate zome and only the driver side works properly. The pasenger side is blowing cold air when the heater is turned on. I tried to acces the heater blend door actuator by removing the lower glove compartment, but the unit (the blend door) still seems out of reach.
Does anyone have the schematic of the dash board? Do I have to remove something else to access the unit?
Help would be appreciated. TIA
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