In most cases, the idea is to just force the HVAC control module to reboot. When it reboots it needs to relearn the door positions so it forces the calibration.
So you can do this by removing power from the module long enough so the module memory is discharged and it "forgets" the learned positions.
However, your vehicle uses a module that runs the actuators through a calibration on every cold start. So basically when the vehicle starts, the module runs the actuators to their full stop point in both directions and then takes it to the commanded position.
So we know that your vehicle doesn't require a calibrate by just looking at the replacement procedure. I attached it below for the blend door to illustrate this.
Also, here is a guide that will help as well:
Let us know if you have questions. Thanks
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Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 AT 1:04 PM