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    2007 SRX No Heat Passeger Side

    2007 SRX has heat on drivers side, none on passengers, I have been able to partially remove the Blend door/ Air Temperature door on the Passengers side to the point I can manually move the door. When I do, I can get the heat to come out.

    So, I would seem as thought the issue is in the blend door area. Is there a way to test the actuator outside of the car? Or should I just assume it is bad?

    Also, it was extremely difficult to get the upper screw out, any tips, I removed to glove box, but the hard plastic shell behind it still make it hard to get to, An idea how to safely remove it?

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    Re: 2007 SRX No Heat Passeger Side

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Nappo View Post
    2007 SRX has heat on drivers side, none on passengers, I have been able to partially remove the Blend door/ Air Temperature door on the Passengers side to the point I can manually move the door. When I do, I can get the heat to come out.

    So, I would seem as thought the issue is in the blend door area. Is there a way to test the actuator outside of the car? Or should I just assume it is bad?

    Also, it was extremely difficult to get the upper screw out, any tips, I removed to glove box, but the hard plastic shell behind it still make it hard to get to, An idea how to safely remove it?
    Hello Tony Nappo,

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    Re: 2007 SRX No Heat Passeger Side

    With system on, ign. on, engine on or off, test both wires, 1 at a time for 12V. If you have 12V, actuator motor is bad. 12V to motor leads should run it.
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    Re: 2007 SRX No Heat Passeger Side

    Glake, you are thinking logically!

    Hhhmmmm... does logic apply with GM Products!

    Logic would say to make headlamps and blinkers plug and play accessible, because there is a good likelihood of bulb outage.

    Logic would say to make license plate and backup light bulbs accessible through an easy access door in the tail gate!

    Logic would say to make rear wiper/washer control relative to front washer/wiper control.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Wizard View Post
    Glake, you are thinking logically!

    Hhhmmmm... does logic apply with GM Products!

    Logic would say to make headlamps and blinkers plug and play accessible, because there is a good likelihood of bulb outage.

    Logic would say to make license plate and backup light bulbs accessible through an easy access door in the tail gate!

    Logic would say to make rear wiper/washer control relative to front washer/wiper control.

    The rear wiper lol don't forget the dash mounted hatch release

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    Re: 2007 SRX No Heat Passeger Side

    There is a hatch mounted hatch release ????

    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Wizard View Post
    There is a hatch mounted hatch release ????

    LOL
    Yes I bolted an extra remote to the dash.........lol jk

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