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Old 01-16-2013, 05:37 PM
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Another rear A/C popping noise question(s)....

Well I thought I heard it the other day and I said to myself...Ain't no way!!!...Well guess what....Two dealers are telling me that there are 3 actuators in the rear of my 08 EB...The second dealer said that 2 of them are the same part #....A mode door actuator,heater blend door,and recirculation door....Is this correct????..Mine pops when you adjust the hot and cold buttons on the auto air controller.....If I do this myself,will I need to have the vehicle re-flashed(probably a stupid question)...????...I just had the first dealer replace the A/C control head a month ago,so could this be something that they caused????...And lastly,all I've seen with the search feature is for the 1 gen models,How hard are they to change out???...Last time I took it in to the dealer,they managed to break just about everything they touched,and I had to keep bringing back for them to fix their own issues...Someone Please Help!!!!
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Bryce,
Replied to your PM and email sent. Hope it helps.


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Thank you very much Sir,I'm sure it will.......
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