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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 09-25-2012, 08:20 AM Thread Starter
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hello i am new here first post lol but anyways my wifes intrepid gained a problem with the atc first problem was the display didnt light up i figured out if i flicked it sometimes it would come back on for a little while then that didnt work anymore so i then took the dash apart around the radio and figured out if i moved the wires around it would work then i just could get it to stay lit so i brought it in thinking the connections needed a good circuit board patching with heat lol but when i checked it it looked fine all the connections looked great so i didnt mess with it and put it back together well then i noticed that there was no heat now after doing this so i thought i must have screwed it up and i couldnt see if i was ajusting the temp and got a little fed up so i ordered a used one from a concord it does the same thing as the old one (lighting up prob) but not as bad not sure if its known to do this or not but anyways after install still no heat and i could at least see i was ajusting it now so i ordered a brand new blend door acuator went to put it in tonight and got everything apart and got the old one out plugged the new one in to ajust the key so i can reinstall it doesnt do anything so i started searching your forum here and found how to reset everything and make it work well from watching the new thing work it only works when i start the car after i have reinstalled that fuse after this it does nothing i am going to be working on it tonight not really sure where to go from here looking for help if anyone has experiance with this thanks in advance
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Welcome aboard!

You might try proof reading that and reposting with punctuation, and some line spaces to break up the train of thought a bit.

I'll be honest and tell you I skipped reading all of that because of how it wasn't written.

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yeah I'm not reading that.
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its hard as heck to read, but here goes,, you screwed up the atc head,, i doubt you screwed up the acuatior,, , get a used head 20-45 bucks,, and go from there ,, many of us on here sell these things, its a common problem
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Sorry for it being so crappy of a post I'm guessing the head is the control unit if so that had been replaced
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The part the good Doctor was talking about is the display and knob part - the thing in the dash you use to adjust what you want the heat/AC to do.
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next time you might want to post correct vehicle info..
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They made Intrepids in 1992?
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yeah I'm not reading that.
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Ok my bad I blended my 2 cars this one is a 99 intrepid atc with the 3.2 and bucket seats

This I've replaced
Head (thing with display and knob and buttons) (used from concord)
Blend door actuator (new)

I've reset the system pulling the no. 19 fuse

Still nothing I see the the actuator moving when I start the car after reinstalling fuse

But won't move when adjusting temp manually or when in auto

Any ideas

Sorry for confusion and long post this is the bottom line post
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Look at this thread and get back to us once you do the diagnostics.

How to retrieve ATC and MTC trouble codes
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Ok my bad I blended my 2 cars this one is a 99 intrepid atc with the 3.2 and bucket seats

This I've replaced
Head (thing with display and knob and buttons) (used from concord)
Blend door actuator (new)

I've reset the system pulling the no. 19 fuse

Still nothing I see the the actuator moving when I start the car after reinstalling fuse

But won't move when adjusting temp manually or when in auto

Any ideas

Sorry for confusion and long post this is the bottom line post
I have nothing to say to help you, but wanted to let you know that was a much better post.
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look at this thread and get back to us once you do the diagnostics.

How to retrieve ATC and MTC trouble codes
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Codes 23 and 32 I ran this test before I changed the actuator I forgot I did that

Also for a side note the car is still apart and the new actuator is not installed yet it's plugged in but needs lined up to install but can't line it up not sure if it needs to be installed for it to work
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Are you sure it's the Blend Door actuator you replaced? Or have sitting not connected?
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