let me know if it works..... ez
very hard to do. are you sure the door is frozen? maybe the duct is electricaly controled, in which case you have to find out why the control is not working. dodges are famous for the heater control contacts burning up. maybe check that?
Damper/vent doors/actuators difficult and expensive to get to. I have a defroster vent on my 1999 Silverado 1500 that wont open. May be a bad actuator, stuck vent due to filth or an small foreign object that has fallen down inside the exhaust windshield vent. I thought the problem was the temp/fan control panel on the dashboard which I replace for $149.00. I was wrong. Tried looking underneath the dahsboard to see if I could find problem. No way. Went to dealer. They want $180.00 to troubleshoot. Cost could soar up to $900.00 due to removal of instrument panel to correct problem. This cost assured because knowledge of the related problem with my type and year of truck. There is no easy way to see what is wrong due to compactness of components underneath the dash. I checked out other service centers, and basically the same.
If anyone has had experience in removing a dash and correcting my problem, I would like to see there suggestion on this site.
Hi. I had to figure this one out the hard way (I ended up breaking one of the covers!!) You'll have to pop out the plastic body pins and remove the rear break light (it should move to the side and out the unhook the electrical conector). After that you'll have to wrestle the panel out and you'll see screws going up into the speaker covers.
Why would you want to unhook the Electronic Spark Timing?
check in door hand grabber for Phillips head screws, also look for about 4 more maybe behind a plastic push in cover, after pull on the bottom and lift up, you will need to use a small screw driver to take wire harnesses off then just lift up ( have window down)