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Heater and air conditioning control replacement (C60)

Fig. 6: Heater and Air Conditioning Control
Fig. 6: Heater and Air Conditioning Control

Heater and Air Conditioning Control Replacement (C60)

Heater and Air Conditioning Control Replacement (C60)

Heater and Air Conditioning Control Replacement (C60)

HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONING REMOTE CONTROL REPLACEMENT (C67)

Fig. 7: Heater And Air Conditioning Remote Control
Fig. 7: Heater And Air Conditioning Remote Control

Heater and Air Conditioning Remote Control Replacement (C67)

Heater and Air Conditioning Remote Control Replacement (C67)

Heater and Air Conditioning Remote Control Replacement (C67)

TEMPERATURE CONTROL CABLE REPLACEMENT (C60)

Fig. 8: Temperature Control Cable
Fig. 8: Temperature Control Cable

Temperature Control Cable Replacement (C60)

Temperature Control Cable Replacement (C60)

Temperature Control Cable Replacement (C60)

MODE CONTROL CABLE REPLACEMENT (C60)

Fig. 9: Mode Control Cable
Fig. 9: Mode Control Cable

Mode Control Cable Replacement (C60)

Mode Control Cable Replacement (C60)

Mode Control Cable Replacement (C60)

AIR INLET VALVE ACTUATOR REPLACEMENT - LEFT SIDE

Fig. 10: Air Inlet Valve Actuator - Left Side (With CJ2)
Fig. 10: Air Inlet Valve Actuator - Left Side (With CJ2)

Air Inlet Valve Actuator Replacement - Left Side

Air Inlet Valve Actuator Replacement - Left Side

Air Inlet Valve Actuator Replacement - Left Side

MODE CONTROL CAM REPLACEMENT (C67)

Fig. 11: Mode Control Cam
Fig. 11: Mode Control Cam

Mode Control Cam Replacement (C67)

Mode Control Cam Replacement (C67)

Mode Control Cam Replacement (C67)

MODE CONTROL CAM REPLACEMENT (C60)

Fig. 12: Mode Control Cam
Fig. 12: Mode Control Cam

Mode Control Cam Replacement (C60)

Mode Control Cam Replacement (C60)

Mode Control Cam Replacement (C60)

Mode control cam alignment (C60)

Alignment Procedure

NOTE: The HVAC module must be removed to accurately set the mode cam gear timing. Failure to do so may result in poor HVAC performance, and damage to the HVAC module.

  1. Remove the heater and air conditioning evaporator and blower module assembly (HVAC). Refer to Heater and Air Conditioning Evaporator and Blower Module Removal and Installation .
  2. Remove the mode control cam. Refer to Mode Control Cam Replacement (C60).

Fig. 13: Mode Cam Screw And Mode Cam
Fig. 13: Mode Cam Screw And Mode Cam

  1. Remove the mode cam screw (1) and the mode cam (2) from the HVAC module.
  2. Inspect the mode valve levers and internal vent valve operation prior to installing the new mode control cam assembly.
  3. Replace the components affecting the proper operation of the vent valves.

Fig. 14: Defrost Valve Lever, Vent Valve Lever And Heater Valve Lever
Fig. 14: Defrost Valve Lever, Vent Valve Lever And Heater Valve Lever

  1. Rotate the defrost valve lever (1), and vent valve lever (2) clockwise, and heater valve lever (3) counter clockwise to the position shown.
  2. Using a small brush, apply a lithium based lubricant to the channels of the heater cam, and the mode cam where the levers travel.

Fig. 15: Heater Cam, Heater Valve Lever Pin And Mode Control Cable End
Fig. 15: Heater Cam, Heater Valve Lever Pin And Mode Control Cable End

  1. Install the heater cam (1) aligning the channel on the back side heater cam with the heater valve lever pin (2).
  2. Install the mode control cable end (3) into the heater cam, aligning the large male tooth gear on the mode control cable end with the larger heater cam female tooth gear as indicated by the arrows (4).

CAUTION: Refer to Fastener Caution .

  1. Install the mode control cable end screw (5).

Fig. 16: Control Knob Vent Mode Position
Fig. 16: Control Knob Vent Mode Position

NOTE: If the heater cam is not aligned to heater valve lever pin correctly, the mode control knob will not function properly.

  1. Turn the control knob on the heater and air conditioning control head to the vent mode position as indicated by the arrow (1).

Fig. 17: Mode Cam, Defroster Valve Lever Pin, Vent Valve Lever Pin, Mode Control Cam And Large Male Tooth
Fig. 17: Mode Cam, Defroster Valve Lever Pin, Vent Valve Lever Pin, Mode Control Cam And Large Male Tooth

  1. Install the mode cam (1) aligning the channels on the back side mode cam with the defroster valve lever pin (2), and the vent valve lever pin (3). The pins should be visible through the inspection windows.
  2. Verify that the large female tooth on the mode control cam (4) is aligned with the large male tooth (5) on the heater cam.
  3. Install the mode cam screw (6).

MODE CONTROL CAM ACTUATOR REPLACEMENT (C67)

Fig. 18: Mode Control Cam Actuator
Fig. 18: Mode Control Cam Actuator

Mode Control Cam Actuator Replacement (C67)

Mode Control Cam Actuator Replacement (C67)

SUN LOAD TEMPERATURE SENSOR BEZEL REPLACEMENT

Fig. 19: Sun Load Temperature Sensor Bezel
Fig. 19: Sun Load Temperature Sensor Bezel

Sun Load Temperature Sensor Bezel Replacement

Sun Load Temperature Sensor Bezel Replacement

SUN LOAD TEMPERATURE SENSOR REPLACEMENT

Fig. 20: Sun Load Temperature Sensor
Fig. 20: Sun Load Temperature Sensor

Sun Load Temperature Sensor Replacement

Sun Load Temperature Sensor Replacement

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