Ok, I'm just hijacking this thread now..... I bought a new actuator, installed it as per the heater treater instructions and my AC isn't cold, I figured it was due to the fact that the hole in the bottom of the heater box was open. I taped it up with the aluminum tape and drove home at highway speeds but the AC never got super cold like it was.
I didn't replace the heater door, the stock plastic one still moved freely and didn't seem like it was broken however the bottom of the door is missing a little foam as I hit it with the dremel as I cut into the box. I don't think it was damaged enough to leave a gap when AC or heat is open.
One thing though, when the hole was there. The air was hot no matter what, AC or heat. I chocked this up to the fact that air no matter what will be hot as it is in contact with the coolant and all the door does is separate when the air passes through the core or condenser.
I am stumped as I don't think it could have developed a leak with only 4-5 years old. Any advice?
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Originally Posted by 99offroadrngr
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Last edited by morris; 08-06-2012 at 08:02 PM.