The picture shows the heater hose which have been disconnected.
If it is a broken blend door, which is quite common, it can be replaced from under the heater hoses. Normal procedures requires the dash to be removed but some of the guys out there have done it without doing so.
Tip: Broken blend door replacement short cut
You can purchase the door seperately from
Napa(part# BK660-1810) and replace it from under the hood. All you have to do is split the evap case and remove cover, evaporator and accumulator from vehicle to gain access to the hole in firewall so you can get to the door. Next, drop the glove box and disconnect the actuator and get it out of the way so the door will come out. With a small pry bar, gently pry down on the top of the door as close to the pivot point as you can and door will come free. The next thing to do is break or cut the door in half so it will pop right out. If you choose not to do this, you can get it out, but it is a little tricky. Now take the new door and cut a small section off the bottom of door to make installation easier(it will still seal inside case). Start cut 3/8" up from bottom on outer edge and taper down toward bottom edge about 2" from the outer edge. Then put in through the firewall hole and into place. This is a little tricky also, but can be done, do not get frustrated. It will take the same gently prying with the pry bar to get pivot hinge to seat in hole. Reinstall actuator, evaporator, and accumulator and recharge and you are done. After you do a few, you'll be doing them in about 2-3 hours.
Thursday, May 18th, 2017 AT 1:12 PM