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Q:Does this blend door work with a 1999 Ford Windstar?
A:Hello Corey. Happy to help. This blend door will not work for your vehicle. For a 99 Ford Windstar you will need Part No 902-222.
Q:Does this blend door have a removable bottom pin?
A:Hi chaos, it's a good question! Yes, the part #902-220 has a removable bottom shaft that you will insert after installing the blend door.
Q:the new door has a alum sleeve on the end that goes on the motor end, new door will not go in with the alum sleeve, I can take the sleeve off and the door will go in place, do I need to leave the sleeve off or is it suppose to be installed with the door
A:The sleeve is there to act as a bushing to prevent wear. If there was a bushing/sleeve on your OEM one see if you can transfer it over if it is not fitting properly with the one on the new unit. Also, make sure the sleeve is on the correct pin.
A:install the blend door and then put the sleeve in from underneath where the actuator motor is
Q:Can this blend door be installed through the glove box ? Or do I have to pull the dash ?
A:I would be happy to help you! This is a direct replacement that requires removing the dash.
Q:Bought a blend door kit but it is different from the one I saw a guy install on u tube this is one solid piece, the one the guy showed had a removable pin in the bottom so you could slide it up after it was installed. Called the auto store no success please help
A:Hi deb, glad to assist you! I would suggest you to visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store to check the availability for this part. Also, if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, return it to any Advance Auto Parts store or to our returns center within 90 days from the date of your purchase. All refunds will be credited back to you via the same payment method used for your original order. Shipping and handling charges are not refundable except in case of returns due to our error.
A:Call your local Advance Auto Parts Store and order part #902-220 Dorman OE solutions repair solutions blend air door repair kit. Comes with easy instructions. You do not have to remove the dash, hope this helps.
Q:I cut the dash like they show online and I am now trying to install the door. I wanted to know which end I should put in first the top or the bottom. 99 ford f 150
A:With reference to your query on Dorman - OE Solutions Blend Door Repair Kit - (
Q:I am having a problem installing this new door back into the heater box . Do you have any ideas . Does the top go in first or the bottom. Everything is a tight fit. Iam doing this thue the glove box
A:To help you in a better manner, if you could please include the year, make, model and engine specification of the vehicle and we would be better able to assist you.
A:Put the new one in the opposite way you took the old one out to be replaced. Normally it is down first, and there is a slightly threaded shape maybe like a cross with one of the four sides cut out more, this is so you can only put it in the right way, but yes, in most vehicles it is down, as would be the easiest for the person, machine, or people to push the blend-door lock down.
Q:were can you get the motor that opreates this door thanks
A:In order to be more helpful in response to your question. We need specific information about your vehicle make, model, and year. If you happen to be near an Advance Auto Parts store, you can visit the store, or contact us at 1-877-ADVANCE. This way we can help you find the right part to fit your vehicle.
A:The motor that operates this door is not called a motor, so this is why you cannot search it up on this site. It is referenced as the "Heater Blend Door Actuator". I had this problem too, but yes it is about the shape/thickness of a deck of cards, usually white, and will most likely be a 7pin hookup. The actuator is located before the heater core and ac compressor. just lookup that part on this site, and reference the picture to what your working with at home before you drop 53$