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Old 08-27-2011, 08:37 AM   #11
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i would put the guages on and see if its doing anything
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Thats just one of the actuators, yours should have at least 3 to open and close all the flaps in the hvac box. Are your aluminum lines and drier under the hood getting cold with the a/c on?
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i would put the guages on and see if its doing anything
I'll have to try this next week.. I'm getting ready to start moving out and starting school.

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Thats just one of the actuators, yours should have at least 3 to open and close all the flaps in the hvac box. Are your aluminum lines and drier under the hood getting cold with the a/c on?
I did see another one, almost directly behind the hvac controls. I just assumed the one I filmed was the only one for a/c because that was the only time it moved. Where would the other one(*) be located? Those two were the only ones I could see from where I was.

I'll check the lines tomorrow.
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