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Old 01-29-2007, 08:43 PM
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Fuse for blend door actuator

Which fuse is the blend door actuator motor wired through?
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Hi there coastie-ford and welcome to FTE. It may be that I don't understand your question but more than that I am not sure what a blend door actuator motor really is. Could you help me a little. And maybe while you are at it you could tell all of us what model and year you have as well as what you are terming as a blend door actuator motor. Thanks and Welcome Aboard ! Hope we can help.
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What year, model and manuel or EATAC control?
For manuel control there is a fuse, for EATAC there is a controller in between.
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Ok...I know what it is now.
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I don't know what I was thinking. It is a 2000 F150 4.2L manual trasmission.

The blend door is the door that opens and closes when you adjust the temp control.

I looked at the wiring diagram in Haynes, it looks like Fuse #5.
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