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Q: Code B11E5

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I am getting code B11E5.

A: Hi there. This fault code indicates a failu...

Hi there. This fault code indicates a failure in the circuit for the left HVAC damper position sensor. This fault can be connected to the operation of the left temperature blend door. Have an experienced technician inspect the electrical components and verify the what exactly the issue is.

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