It is almost safe to say you are at the point of needing a scan tool to check a few things. Actuator commands, versus actual positions. Usually if an actuator overtravels, which is most common, it defaults to a position(hot or cold). When this happens, it should set a code, and this code will also be stored in a history. If there is a mechanical type problem, say linkage that is disconnected for example, the actuator will respond to commands, and a fault may go unnoticed. It could possibly be something taken care of through software programming, it is hard to say. Try this recalibration procedure.
Calibration Procedure without a Scan Tool
Turn OFF the ignition.
Remove the battery positive voltage circuit fuse of the Instrument Panel Control Module.
Important: The module memory will not clear if the battery positive voltage circuit fuse is installed in less than 60 seconds.
Wait 60 seconds.
Install the fuse.
The fuse indicated is the HVAC fuse in the rear fuse block, under the rear seat LH side.
Wednesday, August 4th, 2010 AT 10:41 PM