No, but I ordered one (Amazon $28 w/free ship). When it arrives I'll let you know.
But can you do me a favor? Will you turn the mode knob on your heating control and tell me if you can feel detents? Does your knob snap into a position or does it rotate with no real sense of what position you're in? Mine rotates smoothly and other than feeling the air coming from the ducts (which is unreliable at the moment due to apparent actuator failures) you can't tell what mode you're in. This is especially bad when driving. As I have to look at the control to tell where I am.
oops. I see you have a 2005. Maybe yours is different. But can you check anyway?
Well here we are. I changed the actuator and that wasn't it. I guess the original is now a spare part.
The heater control that I ordered came in yesterday, so hopefully I can put it in over the weekend. Thankfully, it's currently summer in NJ even though the calendar says it's winter, so lack of heat isn't too painful.
I do have voltage at the brown wire and the black ground wire is good too. So the signal must not be coming down the wht/blk wire. Does anyone know if it is supposed to be a voltage or a resistance on that wire?
So in the end, it wasn't the actuator but the heater control panel.
One of the sliders wasn't working for some reason. Time to open it up an find out why.
If you find yourself in this position...... there are three wires in the harness.
To make this harder (while you're twisted under the dash and reaching for the slider)
the manual states that the harness should be plugged into the actuator while you are testing it.
I also read (on the replacement actuator sheet) to not test the actuator unless it is in the installed position.
Something about the actuator going pass the travel limit and mucking it up.
Don't know it that's true. But I wasn't taking chances.
Black - ground.
Brown - power. You should see battery voltage with the key on and the engine off.
On the right side, the signal wire is white with a black stripe (at least it looked like that to me).
Connect a voltmeter across the black wire and this wire.
Move the slider. The voltage (if present) should change with the slider.
I had no voltage at all.
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