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Are you working on a duel zone system?
Okay are you able to do some testing ?
Okay the new actuator dose not require a reset so I would start with checking the signal at the new actuator. See the steps in the link below to do this. Have a look and post back if you have more questions and or need more help.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/Act%20testing%20Oct%2019.pdfI have also enclosed the wiring diagrams for the system for testing reference.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/Blend%20Oct%2019.pdfhttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/Blend%20%232%20Oct%2019.pdf
Did you check your fuses. If so and you not getting power at the actuator then that usually means the controller has failed.
Let me ask you this, are you sure you got the right actuator ? There is a difference from the Manuel system verses the electronic system and they look the same but are not.
I would have them recheck the part number to be sure they gave you the correct one. If you getting the signal on the orange /black wire then the actuator should move.
I have no access to Fords part numbers , you need them to recheck the part number and if its the right part and you have done your testing right then you are dealing with either a bad controller or the new actuator is the wrong one or defective.
The controller is the unit that controls the AC system and before you consider replacing it I would recheck the test steps . One other r thing did you make sure the F 46 fuse in the interior fuse panel checked okay?
If you have the voltage the darn thing should be working. Cleaning any contact will not hurt anything as well.