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Old 19 Jan 2008, 01:19 pm
dka_donh
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Default 01' odyssey A/C damper noise

I have a 01' odyssey we bought new and have 106k and still running
strong. (with second trany)
My wife has been complaining about a clicking noise in the dash by the
glove box sometimes when the A/C is on.
I finally found (what I call) a servo that controls the air flow on
the passenger side (there is also one on the drivers side). When the
A/C is satisfied the motor gets to it's neutral position and hunts a
little back and forth (this is her clicking noise). If I turn up or
down the temperature control the damper moves and stays there until it
get satisfied and when it gets back to it's neutral position and hunts
a little back and forth again until it calls for more or less air.

I unplugged and cleaned the contacts on the dash A/C and connectors as
well and the plug on the servo.I removed the servo and found I can't
take it apart without braking it.

My concern is this a temperature sensor problem with the A/C or a
servo problem.
Has anyone had this problem?

Don


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Old 19 Jan 2008, 08:00 pm
Woody
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Default Re: 01' odyssey A/C damper noise

Have you ever replaced the cabin filter? Crud leaves in the way of the
damper? Wear in the damper. The
<dka_donh> wrote in message
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>I have a 01' odyssey we bought new and have 106k and still running
> strong. (with second trany)
> My wife has been complaining about a clicking noise in the dash by the
> glove box sometimes when the A/C is on.
> I finally found (what I call) a servo that controls the air flow on
> the passenger side (there is also one on the drivers side). When the
> A/C is satisfied the motor gets to it's neutral position and hunts a
> little back and forth (this is her clicking noise). If I turn up or
> down the temperature control the damper moves and stays there until it
> get satisfied and when it gets back to it's neutral position and hunts
> a little back and forth again until it calls for more or less air.
>
> I unplugged and cleaned the contacts on the dash A/C and connectors as
> well and the plug on the servo.I removed the servo and found I can't
> take it apart without braking it.
>
> My concern is this a temperature sensor problem with the A/C or a
> servo problem.
> Has anyone had this problem?
>
> Don
>
>



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Old 26 Jan 2008, 11:13 pm
dontpanic@newsfeeds.com
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Default Re: 01' odyssey A/C damper noise

Yes did that.

On Sun, 20 Jan 2008 01:00:22 GMT, "Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote:

>Have you ever replaced the cabin filter? Crud leaves in the way of the
>damper? Wear in the damper. The
><dka_donh> wrote in message
>news:4fe4p3da9hts591vv2n9cec2egcjj5t14q@4ax.com.. .
>>I have a 01' odyssey we bought new and have 106k and still running
>> strong. (with second trany)
>> My wife has been complaining about a clicking noise in the dash by the
>> glove box sometimes when the A/C is on.
>> I finally found (what I call) a servo that controls the air flow on
>> the passenger side (there is also one on the drivers side). When the
>> A/C is satisfied the motor gets to it's neutral position and hunts a
>> little back and forth (this is her clicking noise). If I turn up or
>> down the temperature control the damper moves and stays there until it
>> get satisfied and when it gets back to it's neutral position and hunts
>> a little back and forth again until it calls for more or less air.
>>
>> I unplugged and cleaned the contacts on the dash A/C and connectors as
>> well and the plug on the servo.I removed the servo and found I can't
>> take it apart without braking it.
>>
>> My concern is this a temperature sensor problem with the A/C or a
>> servo problem.
>> Has anyone had this problem?
>>
>> Don
>>
>>

>


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