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How to: Quick and Easy 2nd gen Blend Door Replacement Tutorial

Discussion in 'Explorer, Ranger, A/C & Heater systems HVAC' started by Magicland, April 27, 2008.

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    1. Pulaskiman

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      I can't see the pictures. Anyone else having issues with this, or know how to see the photos?

      Thanks
       
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      Try looking at posts 73 a 75 of this thread. I took some photos and wrote a little about it.
      Hope this helps.
       
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      great write up
       
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      I am very impressed with your detailed "from the bottom" repair approach. I have purchased the door from Napa and am excited to give your tutorial a go!! I have been running "full heat" all winter and now that spring is on the doorstep would love to get this repaired. I had assumed the actuator had failed.... but after removing and testing it works as required. Therefore, I have to assume that the door itself is stuck/broken/dis-attached.

      However the images from your posted on April 2008....have broken links on the forum today. As your images would be a Huge benefit...is there a way that the images can be reposted for my (everyone's) benefit?
       
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      Dan Thanks for posting these images I am now eager to "cut my way in!"
       

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