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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-08-2017, 05:30 PM Thread Starter
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Proper Setting for Air Mixer?

Sorry another air mixer thread. My air mixer behind the dash on my 2006 Pilot was gurgling. I pulled it off, opened it up, "tried to clean it out and see what was going on. Everything looked good, put it back together and reinstalled.

I still have the gurgling. But now I am also running about 10 degrees off. I set 72 and I bake, I set 62 and it seem to maintain about the comfort of 72.

Did I "reinstall" the air mixer incorrectly or did I "reassemble" the air mixer incorrectly?
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Not sure about the temperature setting problem, but for your "gurgling" problem, have you tried to see if your A/C drain hose and nipple are clogged and need to be drained?

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I have not... the air mixer is consistently oscillating (very little) back and forth which is making the noise I hear. If I go to full cold or full hot the noise stops since I'm at the max position.

I will check the drain hoses. Thanks for the link.

Edit: Just check them both and neither were clogged.

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