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Old 11-22-2010, 10:41 PM
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Interior rear quarter panel removal

2004 Envoy has a knocking sound inside rear paneling and i want to take a look. I have removed all visible screws from it so now do i just grip it and rip it? Any advice is appreciated.
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Old 11-25-2010, 05:49 PM
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Thanks for the welcome and i have removed the panel and have locate the source of the thumping. It is a square black box (one of two in the rear panel) and when i unplug what apears to be the power source the thumping stops. Any idea what this is and how much to replace? Thanks again for the help.
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.....Any idea what this is and how much to replace? Thanks again for the help.
Any part numbers on it?
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Old 11-25-2010, 06:17 PM
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I searched online using all the #'s on the box and got nothing but it is #3 on the diagram and I appreciate all the help. Take care.
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Old 11-25-2010, 06:26 PM
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a/c actuator Part # 88892975

Best price is from RockAuto.com $42 + shipping:

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yeah that site is cool and i saved it. I will also check out that low price.
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And there are always 5% off coupon codes you can find here with a search.

Here's an edited exploded parts diagram I've posted about 50 times in the other threads about this identical issue:

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I just pulled off part 33, only problem is that i think I pulled a peice of plastic off the the thing that turns the doors to moderate temp. I thinK i broke a little peice of that plastic when i pulled the actuator out of the the case. Im thinking I may need to get to a junkyard to find this case. arrgh, Unless I can possibly order that too
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