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Heavy duty rubber glove, made of 100% natural latex.
24” length(62cm), smooth finish, seamless, cotton lining,left/right hand, 570g/pair. 50pairs/case. Water proof, anti acid and alkali.
Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, glove box, etc.
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In this video, I show how to fix a common problem with the blower door actuator on a 2010 Ford F-150 XLT. Here is the part that I installed into the truck. http://amzn.to/2f0Vgue
2003- 2008 Blend Door Actuator Ford F-150
2009- 2014 Blend Door Actuator Ford F-150 (THIS IS THE MODEL I USED)
Dashboard Plastic Remover Tool:
Note: Make sure this fits within your model. I know its hard to find the parts sometimes, so I hope you use these links above as a guide to finding your actuator.
This F-150 would only blow cold air because the actuator for the blower door went out. Before I went this far to replace the part I started a few diagnoses: tested the air conditioner, went under the hood to see if the heater core hoses were hot, and check the internet if this was a common issue. Sure enough, every test lead to a faulty actuator.
The hardest part was jamming my hand through the glove box. In order to get to the 5/16in screw on the bottom, I had to go through the glove box while my left hand was in the dash to help assist. Once I got the screw out it was fairly simple.
Installing the new unit took a little bit of wiggling in there because the actuator and door need to be lined up. It can only fit one way. The gear is keyed for this reason. Once installed, connect the power cord, install the two screws that hold the unit down, and put the dash all back together.
This process took about 45 minutes to complete. After the install I was able to change from hot to cold with ease.
Thanks for watching: