actuator stuck on heat/ Air not cooling on 2007 Chevy Silverado

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by heathaa0, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. heathaa0

    heathaa0 New Member

    2007 Silverado 1500 5.3 (flexfuel) 35800 miles, air intermittantly not cooling/ blowing hot.

    Diagnostic report says DTC B0413/symptom 5 - Temp control #1 CKT short to Batt or open.

    I know the actuator needs to be replaced, but I was told that the control head needs to be reprogramed after replacing actuator. Can the B0413 code just be deleted or is the reprogram necessary? Also where can I find a diagram to show exactly where the actuator (driver side) is? Dealership said $801.12 to replace actuator and reprogram control head. They never could find the problem everytime I took it in (4 times since july 2009). Then, just when my warranty ran out then they magically got a code, so I refuse to let them fix it.

    Also what is "symptom 5"
    Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Also, if i posted this in the wrong section, I apoligize. I searched for a post like this and couldn'f find one.
    Thanks,
    Heath
     

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