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ernie1

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Posted: 09/11/17 01:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

klutchdust: How old are you? You stated that you worked for thirty years on refrigerated containers but on another site you stated that you "wrenched "all your life. Was that on refrigerated containers or on automobiles. I thought when you said that you wrenched all your life that it was in reference to automobiles. Was it just shipping containers?

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ernie1 wrote:

klutchdust: How old are you? You stated that you worked for thirty years on refrigerated containers but on another site you stated that you "wrenched "all your life. Was that on refrigerated containers or on automobiles. I thought when you said that you wrenched all your life that it was in reference to automobiles. Was it just shipping containers?


What's your point. Your question is creepy....

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The Blend Door Actuator is mounted on the passenger side END of the HVAC Cabinet. As Klutch mentioned, behind the Glove Box. Our 2002 E450 has an SRS Air Bag where a Glove Box might be. We have a knee pad below that runs below the dashboard, from about the top of the doghouse downward. It comes off easily then there's a sheet metal backing piece that also comes off easily. Reach in, palm facing driver side. You'll feel the outboard end of the HVAC cabinet and that square box I pictured on the end of it, parallel to your vertical palm.

I found ours by touch, nothing removed to access the area, and I was inside the coach kneeling between the seats.

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Spot you're looking for will be above, behind (forward of) and to the right of that pipe-like assembly. That pic is from another project.

* This post was edited 09/11/17 06:11pm by j-d *


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Thanks for the info j-d

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