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1995 chev S10 pickup- problem ,heater temp control on cold

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1995 chev S10 pickup- problem ,heater temp control on cold has good air flow on hot air flow drops to about 30%, also flow direction doesn't seem to move off of defrost. Have already replaced the control switches. what would you suggest?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Tim's Auto Repair replied 7 years ago.

hi

this sounds as if you have a bad tempeture vacuum actuator..the diaphragm will bust in these sometimes

thanks

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Center Outlet Duct and Defroster Valve Vacuum Actuators Replace

REMOVE OR DISCONNECT

  1. Instrument panel.
  2. Vacuum hose connector at the center outlet duct actuator and/or defroster valve actuator.
    • Disconnect the vacuum hose connector by sliding the tab of the connector past the L-shaped bend in the actuator vacuum tube. Then slide the hose connector off the tube while continuing to hold the tab back against the connector end.
  1. Center outlet duct actuator and/or defroster valve actuator, if necessary.
    • Disconnect the linkage from the actuator.

INSTALL OR CONNECT

  1. Center outlet duct actuator and/or defroster valve actuator, if removed.
    • Connect the linkage to the actuator.
  1. Vacuum hose connector(s).
    1. Install the black hose to the center outlet duct actuator and/or the black/tan hose to the defroster valve actuator.
    2. Connect the vacuum hose connector by bending the tab of the connector back flush against the end of the connector and holding it there while slipping the tab and the connector onto the vacuum actuator tube. When the connector is fully seated, pull the tab over the L-shaped bend in the tube to hold the connector in place.
  1. Instrument panel.

 

Lower Mode & Upper Mode Door Vacuum Actuator
Component Locations
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
you are referencing the center outlet duct actuator, the image does not show it or is it named differently?