Kia Optima: Replacement - Temperature Control Actuator. Repair procedures - Temperature Control Actuator - Heating,Ventilation, Air Conditioning - Kia Optima TF 2011-2019 Service ManualKia Optima: Replacement

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2. Using the screwdriver, remove the side cover (A).

3. Loosen the mounting screws and then remove the crash pad lower cover (A)

4. Disconnect the connector (A), and then remove the crash pad lower cover.

5. Remove the shower duct (A).

6. Loosen the mounting bolts and then remove the BCM.

(Refer to BE group - УBCMФ)

7. Disconnect the temperature control actuator connector (A)
8. Loosen the mounting screw and then remove the temperature control actuator (B).

9. Using the screw driver, remove the side cover (A).

10. Remove the main crash pad lower cover (A).

11. Disconnect the damper (B) and glove box lift (C) from the glove box (A).

12. Disconnect the pin (A) and then remove the glove box (B).

13. Loosen the mounting screw and bolts and than remove the glove box housing (A).

14. Remove the shower duct (A).

15. . Disconnect the temperature control actuator connector (A).
16. Loosen the mounting screw and then remove the temperature control actuator (B).

17. Installation is the reverse order of removal.

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