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Lincoln continental What is the location of the blend door

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What is the location of the blend door actuator for my 2000 Lincoln Continental. Can u provide a link to download the procedure to replace it. Thanks.

Chuck :

Here are your instructions

Chuck :

remove the panel below the glove box

Chuck :

  1. Remove the pushpins.2.Disconnect the courtesy light and remove the instrument panel insulator

Chuck :

Remove the floor console

Chuck :

Remove the screws and remove the cover

Chuck :

Remove the A/C electronic door actuator motor (19E616).



  • Disconnect the connector.



  • Remove the screws and remove the A/C electronic door actuator motor

Chuck :

Here is a diagram to kinda give you an idea where it is.See no 3

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ItemPart NumberDescription
1Remote Control Buttons (Part of 3600)
219D888In-Car Temperature Sensor
319E616A/C Electronic Door Actuator Motor
419E663A/C Sunload Sensor
518A318Vacuum Control Motor— (Air Inlet Door)
619E624A/C Blower Motor Speed Control
718A318Vacuum Control Motor— (Windshield Defrost Door)
818A318Vacuum Control Motor— (Rear Seat Duct Door)
918C612Electronic Automatic Temperature Control Module
1018A318Vacuum Control Motor— (Heater Air Damper Door)
1119A566A/C Vacuum Reservoir Tank and Bracket
1219E702A/C Ambient Air Temperature Sensor and Bracket
Customer:

Wow! Not what I was expecting Ch

Customer:

Wow! Not what I was expecting to hear, Chuck. I was reading online about novices and experts alike saying that it was a huge job involving the removal of the dashboard, steering wheel, airbag module, freon recovery, etc. This is great news. I'll get back with you later. Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX u just saved me a boatload of money.

Chuck :

Sounds good

Customer:

Chuck,

Customer:

Chuck, I replaced the same part on my wife's windstar a couple of years ago and I seem to remember that it had to be alligned and set a certain way prior to the installation. There were no instructions included with it so I remember just using trial & error. Is that true? Should I be concerned about the climate control temp. setting before I apply power to the new actuator. Does the actuator itself need to be adjusted prior to installation? THanks.

Chuck :

No just states:


Installation



  1. Follow the removal procedure in reverse order.

Customer:

Hi Chuck,

Customer:

Hi Chuck, just wanted to let u know that the operation was a success, thanks to your help & expertise. I did a little cheating however. I used a dremel tool and cut a hole big enough to get my hand through. This made access to the blend door actuator much easier. When I reinstalled the glove compartment, it covered the hole so it cannot be seen. Thanks again. XXXXX XXXXX

Chuck :

John: Good to hear it went well.Thanks for using Just Answer.

Chuck :

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