Dodge B1052: Rear Blend Door Control Circuit/Performance
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Dodge B1052: Rear Blend Door Control Circuit/PerformanceOVERVIEW
What Does The Dodge B1052 Code Mean?
After the initial installation of the A/C Heater Control, the controller is calibrated to each individual blend/mode door actuator. These calibrations are stored as in the number of pulses it takes to move the door from one stop to another. The A/C Heater Control drives the Door Actuators by the use of Door Driver circuit and a Common Door Driver circuit and monitors all door actuator pulses to detect door movement in both directions.
Most of the door actuators share a common door driver circuit but each door actuator has its own unique driver circuit. Due to shared circuitry, similar Diagnostic trouble Codes (DTCs) can set at the same time for multiple actuators depending upon the type of circuit malfunction, its location, and the direction the actuator is moving when the malfunction is present.
What Are The Potential Causes Of The Dodge B1052 Code?
- Rear blend door driver circuit shorted to voltage
- Rear blend door driver circuit shorted to ground
- Rear blend door driver circuit open
- Common door driver circuit shorted to voltage
- Common door driver circuit shorted to ground
- Common door driver open
- Rear blend door binding
- Rear blend door actuator
- A/C heater control
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