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Unread 01-04-2013   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2005 Mustang clicking coming from HVAC controls

I responded to this in the V6 tech section, but thought is should be posted somewhere more broad since others might have this issue too.
It's the annoying clicking sound when switching vents

I'm having this problem and found these on the fordparts.com website.

HVAC Blend Door Motor. Panel/Floor
Part number 19E616A

HVAC Blend Door Motor. Air Inlet Mode Door
Part number 19E616B

On the website you can plug it the part number and it give a diagram of the part and other related parts.
I have to find out which is defective and then order accordingly.


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Sounds like you've pretty much answered your own question.
Now, look at the technical illustrations in the service manual to see just where all those little motors are.
Disconnect one at a time, until you figure out which one is the culprit.
Replace that one yourself...two screws, an electrical connector, and some fiddling, on your back with a drop light or flashlight.

This area of service manual: http://iihs.net/fsm/?dir=336&viewfil...oor%20Door.pdf


Note: You must look in service manual on different pages to show various mode door actuators.

I believe there are four:

Panel/Floor door
Defrost door
Temp Blend Door
Air Inlet Door
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Yeah, I was thinking more might have this problem too.
On the fordparts website people can plug in their VIN to assure they get the correct part specific to their year/model.
I plan on working on mine soon to get rid of the annoyance.


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