I'm not sure you are looking at the same part. I attached a connector image of the air temperature door actuator below. Let me know if it is what you have.
Next, to replace this actuator, the manual indicates the instrument panel carrier needs to be removed. This is somewhat of a nightmare. LOL
So, pic 1 below shows the connector. Pics 2 - 9 are the directions for replacing the actuator once the carrier is removed. I added pic 10 for recalibrating the actuator, but the manual only indicates this needs done with automatic climate control.
The remaining pics, starting with pic 11, are the directions for Replacing the IP carrier. You aren't replacing it but that is how the removal directions are provided. Also, (and this is from memory only) I don't believe the IP carrier needs to be fully removed. If I recall, once the upper and lower carrier bolts are removed, you can roll the IP enough to replace the actuator. Just be careful to avoid wiring damage.
Also, back to your original question. You need to make sure the connector will even work with yours. Often, connector pins are not all used. Your vehicle, for example, has a six pin connector, but only three of the pins are used. What I recommend is to deal locally. Remove the actuator to see which you have. I have a few reasons I'm suggesting this. First, there are several different part numbers which appear to work. That indicates there were different designs based on model, package, and climate controls in the vehicle. Second, I have seen so many aftermarket parts failing. You don't want to go through the return procedure if needed. Finally, and to me most importantly, you don't want to do this job twice.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you have questions.
See pics below.
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Friday, February 9th, 2024 AT 11:02 PM