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How to fix your Servo Motors! Complete guide.

 
Old 08-13-18, 10:36 PM
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Correct flash9.
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Old 12-30-18, 12:16 AM
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so not looking forward to doing this.
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Old 03-18-19, 11:28 AM
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Default rhd aristo servos.

i too have an aristo rhd. what manual did you get and from ehom and fir howcmuch?

im fighting no heat and hoses cool. as well as mot dull cool in driver side.
rhd recirc servo behind cd player.
mode to left of cassette player. left air mix behind it.
did mine yesterday. stubby and three screws. two you dont see.
therecis a short floor air duct with a screw holding to the bottom of the blower and maybe a second screw. when screws out you will have to snap it off its cinnecting duct. ill try to post pics.
dintbforget the info on the manual
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Old 03-23-19, 04:35 PM
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Default Aristo rhd driver side servo

Rhd servo is a pain but doable with patience. The ebrake has to be moved aside. Four points. Tippy top on firewall a 12 BOLT. Push extension through touching the release ****. I used about 14 inches of extension and was tempted to use a u joint but got away without it. Then three 12 NUTS. Twould on the tunnel and one on the firewall staring at you.

of course the two panels below the steering .one with the floor light and the other with the trunk opener had to be removed.
with the ebake out now you get one of those Phillip tips from your cheap tool kit that has 38 pieces which someone gave you as a gift eons ago. Tape that tip onto a quarter socket and use you finger strength or a quarter drive socket or a quarter wrench to loosen the three screws. Two you don't see. There are holes close to the screw close in size so make sure you hit the screw.

one other thing....the FRESH RECIRC has two doors acting in tandem so the servo has two attach points on the plastic lever.
Hint the servo is squarish in shape and black in color. The screws are silvers so you can glance them.

hope this helps the aristocratic guys.. Damned EBRAKE. BTW I did not disco the cable on the brake just moved aside with some effort and juggling. Don't let tools or screws fall into the carpet or under the insulation. He'll of a time with a magnet will be required.
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Old 03-23-19, 06:01 PM
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Default Aristo rhd driver side servo

Rhd servo is a pain but doable with patience. The ebrake has to be moved aside. Four points. Tippy top on firewall a 12 BOLT. Push extension through touching the release ****. I used about 14 inches of extension and was tempted to use a u joint but got away without it. Then three 12 NUTS. Twould on the tunnel and one on the firewall staring at you.

of course the two panels below the steering .one with the floor light and the other with the trunk opener had to be removed.
with the ebake out now you get one of those Phillip tips from your cheap tool kit that has 38 pieces which someone gave you as a gift eons ago. Tape that tip onto a quarter socket and use you finger strength or a quarter drive socket or a quarter wrench to loosen the three screws. Two you don't see. There are holes close to the screw close in size so make sure you hit the screw.

one other thing....the FRESH RECIRC has two doors acting in tandem so the servo has two attach points on the plastic lever.
Hint the servo is squarish in shape and black in color. The screws are silvers so you can glance them.

hope this helps the aristocratic guys.. Damned EBRAKE. BTW I did not disco the cable on the brake just moved aside with some effort and juggling. Don't let tools or screws fall into the carpet or under the insulation. He'll of a time with a magnet will be required.
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Old 03-23-19, 06:17 PM
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there is a little tab on the axle holding the lever. pry outward while gently wiggling the lever up. it is close fitted to its axle so it movea slowwwly.
i suggest do this before opening servo housing and of course mark position just in case. But seems moot. i figured it on my fourth of four servos. the fresh recirx. Should be the same on the others.
i took some pics and will post as soon as my other phone cools down and allows me to post without restarting. BTW i cleaned uaing q tip but was not confident so i tried until i was lucky to figure it out. There was still some residual grease but behind the points of the rheostat pins ao i guess out of harms way. the non contact part.

thanks to all before me who took me to this level especially Odinson... who gave great info in a nice presentation. Unlike my presentation😁

Last edited by Arussto; 03-24-19 at 04:35 AM. Reason: Trying to add photos from my gallery but unable
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