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Old 04-06-2011, 09:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve_Uzi View Post
What is the P/N of the new updated one? My blend door is horrible to say the least...

I have a routine I do to get it to switch the way I need it to.. but it is a PITA!

Finally.. any good online OEM Ford Truck parts sites?
OK here it is
Motorcraft 9L3Z-19E616-E

Box also has YH-1752 above the part number.

it did the trick
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Old 04-14-2011, 06:00 PM
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Originally Posted by HomerWinzlow View Post
Ive had to replace a number of control heads in the past so it is possible to be that too, but it is much much less common. I dont know the price of the manual control head but I know some of the EATC control heads can cost over 600.00, so I would make sure that is the problem.
Just replaced the Manual Air Temp Control with one off of an 08 XLT at the junkyard for 30 bucks. I figured it was worth a try, but no dice. Just got back from a trip and it did it again. Like it was fine one minute then it goes skitso. So it must be blend door issues or some other weird electrical problem = I'll just live with it.
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Old 04-20-2011, 08:22 PM
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I had the same problem with my 04, i couldn't get good heat unless it was on 90 from my control panel, and my temp gauge oon my dash was going crazy I replaced the temp sensor behind the grill on the center support and it took care of the problem.
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too hot or too cold,,nothing in between

Is the part in question called a blend door actuator or valve and what is the base number for the updated part x9xx-19e916-x ? Thanks in advance
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Old 05-26-2014, 07:59 PM
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Blend door actuator stuck on cold

A/C was stuck all the way cold. I replaced the blend door actuator this morning and it's working great again! 2007, F-150 Lariat with digital climate control. Doorman model #604-218 from AutoZone, $30. I used the 8mm wrench in the picture to remove all 3 screws and did not need to remove the passenger airbag. Those 3 screws are the hardest part of the job. If you have George Foreman-sized hands, you'll need to get someone else to help.

Update 5/29/14. The Dorman part made a loud clicking noise when it reached the high and low limits. I bought the one from the Ford dealer, 9L3Z-19E616-E, for $50. It is quiet through the full range of motion and the system works great.

View from radio opening:

View from glove box opening:

Last edited by P-Bod; 05-29-2014 at 07:28 AM. Reason: Updated repair
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