Man, if it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all!
I was pumped about doing this repair. Got the mirror, printed out the
instructions and was ready to go this morning.
Removed the actuator motor and looked into the hole only to discover that
the hole was still intact. I put everything back together and slowly turned
the nobwhile listening to the motor. I could hear the motor turning just
fine from the cold position gradually to warm, then bog down then stop when
the temp knob was at about the 10:00 position. It sounds like there's
something causing the door to bind.
What's this you say about the disply going dead? This has happened to me a
couple of times now but comes back to life. Sounds like another google is
<zotiREMOVERTHISPART@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> Again, first set your ac to max and see if you get cold air. If you do
> it's the blend door. If you don't it's probably something else.
> I did the fix on my 96 B2300 (my 98 Explorer didn't break, yet). Watch out
> for dropping the actuator screws. If you do they will go behind the blend
> door box and you will never see them again.
> Also, definitely get a dentists mirror. It will help you determine where
> pin and hole should go. I took my time and nailed it on the first time.
> Come see us again when the display on your radio goes dead.
> "Kenny" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> I stumbled across this late last night. I'm going to give it a shot this
>> weekend. Have nothing to lose!
>> "syclone" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > Go to:
>> > http://www.blenddoorfix.netfirms.com/
>> > Have Fun!