Can anyone give me an idea here?
I have been waiting all summer for a cool day to attack my driver's side code 8, which I was pretty sure was only the stop lever. The main shaft felt fine when I reached up, and I could not rotate it. It looked fine where it came out of the stepper motor. The stop arm was broken exactly where expected. I went and got my replacement (on a coupon from my dealer, so "free").
And after all my struggles (any of you who have done this, you know!), I now have TWO codes--the 8 is still there, and a 13--loose flap. I took it apart again, re-tightened the motor screws, no difference.
And if I call for heat, the only way to lose it is to turn the AC on for a minute, which is what I've been doing spring and summer when it was not too hot, as when it was really hot the heat did NOT come up!
So what did I miss, or do wrong?
All advice greatly appreciated!
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