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    David Luckett

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    which stepping motor to replace on my 2006 93 aero

    not getting heated air on passenger side. able to direct air to defrost, dash vents and floor but its cold air only. fully heated air on drivers side . does any one know which stepping motor i need to replace?

    David
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    Renato Piereck
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    Is there a clicking or buzzing sound inside the instrument panel?

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    David Luckett

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    No, the only sound I get is the fan blowing cold air on my passengers . I have read that on the 95 there has been several failures of the linkage between a stepping motor and the flap that directs/restricts air flow to a particular area of the car. In my case, the ACC buttons fully command air flow to defrost, floor and dash vents. My problem of course is that the air is cold. I have heard about the left and right hand mixed air stepping motor. I can't seem to determine whether these the ones that controls heat to either side. chances are, whatever flap this is has come apart or has broken. I am not sure whether the heating system used in the 95 is the same as those in the 93. anyone with a 93 sedan experienced this?

    thanks

    David

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    David Luckett

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    I identified the issue which was the right side air mixing motor. That motor controls the flap which mixes heated air into the flow of air towards the passengers in the dual climate control. Found a used one on Ebay which should arrive shortly. While waiting, I removed the faulty motor and forced the flap lever which was attached to the motor down and taped it in position. This gives me heat all the time but its winter time andvthats a good thing.

    If problem occurred in summer I would obviously tape the lever in the up position.

    Not hard at all to get to and fix.

    David

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    Jose Luis
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    I will check in my car, not sure but I think than I have the same problem.
    thanks, David for the info.

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