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Needing help with fault codes 2006 ve

vxcalaisl67

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Thanks for that info I clear the codes and re-learnt re-calibrated but it lasts for a few days or week and then starts doing it again so I’ll have to do further change them I think
 

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Open the wiper shroud under the bonnet.
Undo the removable clips on the right side where the cabin intake is.
Lift the shroud and see if something is obstructing the door which is either behind a mesh cover or a cabin air filter.
Good chance to either replace the cabin filter or put one in if there isn't one.

If that is all fine, I would suggest the actuator is on its way out.
Remove the glove box and the instrument pad side trims. Get a light up under there.
The actuator is up high on the left. Green wiring connector.
Use a stubby (As short as possible) phillips head. Two screws holding the actuator onto the housing.
Replace actuator.
Recalibrate.
 
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