It is in the center of the HVAC housing, under the dash.
The blend door actuator on late model Dodge Durango and small pickup can be accessed by removing the glove box. There is a very common problem with blend door failure in these vehicles, and dash removal is required to perform the repair. A cheap and easy DIY fix for this can also be found at heatertreater. They also make a heater core regulator which bypasses the blend door and can remedy the situation with no dash removal.
Its located on the left side of the evaporator housing inside the truck behind the heater core shield...................
Most likely it's the blend door. Check heatertreater.net for a full explanation of system operation and potential failures.
Cannot speak specifically to a Oldsmobile but, on a Dodge product of same vintage it would be low freon. Either that, or it could be a bad control head, or a bad blend door actuator.
A 2004 Dodge Neon uses 5W30. It can be synthetic,, conventional, or a blend.
Probibly your blend door motor is stripped out. Remove motor and check door operation manually
5W20. It can be synthetic, conventional, or a blend.
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It is in the center of the HVAC housing behind the dash.
5w30, it can be synthetic, conventional, or a blend.
5w-30 is recommended .
The Blend air door is located inside the HVAC housing under the dash. Dash has to be removed to access.
I think your refering to the door in the heater housing that directs air to vents, floor or defroster vents, there is also a blend actuator that mixes heated or cooled air to give the correct temperature from the selector.
Behind the dash, connected to the blend knob and runs down to the HVAC housing at the front passenger of the cabin, also behind the dash. The blend door is inside the HVAC housing adjacent to the heater core.
Blend door actuator.
Any name brand 5w20 synthetic or synthetic blend.
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I think it is a 2.5 horsepower engine. There are 4 oil formulas for Kawasaki lawnmower engines. I recommend you use the correct blend as stated in your owner's manual.
Check (before anything else): Coolant level. Thermostat operation. Blend door calibration (disconnect battery).
On the bottom of the heater/ac assembly in front of the passenger compartment . YOU KNOW BEHIND THE DASH .
You can use synthetic, conventional, or synthetic blend. All are acceptable in a Dodge Caliber.
It depends on the model truck. I have a 1500 quad cab and a 2500 mega cab. Both have different fixes for them. The 1500 can be repaired by taking out the glove box and getting to the blend door that way and removing it and then replacing it after pulling the hamster wheel out. The 2500 has to have the whole dash rolled out to get to the blend door. As a dodge tech doing this for money is fine since I make 6 hours of labor out of it but when it is my personal truck and not under warranty anymore it sucks. I wish Dodge would warranty the blend door since they know they don't last and they came out with a fix for it now. The transmission on my 2500 is another thing they need to replace. The new 08 diesels have a new manufacturer for the transmissions.
bad blend door operation