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How to know which blend door actuator is affected?

There are a few ways that you can tell which blend door actuator is affected. One way is to look at the position of the actuator arm. If the arm is in the correct position, the actuator works properly. Another way to tell is by listening for a clicking noise when you move the temperature control knob. If you hear a clicking noise, then the actuator is probably not working properly. Finally, you can check the voltage at the actuator with a multimeter. If the voltage is too low, then the actuator is not working properly.

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