Hello,

Does anyone knows which of the small servos is responsible for changing the temperature of an air inside the car?

I have manual air-con. When i turn the knob to cold (to the end) it produce the clicking noise. I know that it is the broken/missing tooth in the servo but which one?

I have all servos listed here

25 -Motor, Servo, Air Ventilation Flaps Timing 9180210 18 45 081 1
Note: For Manual Air Conditioning
25 -Motor, Servo, Air Ventilation Flaps Timing, LHD 9180200 18 45 083 1
26 -Motor, Servo, Air Ventilation Flaps Timing, With Lever And Connecting Rod, RHD 24434805 18 45 091 1
Note: For Electronic Climate Control
27 -Motor, Servo, With Coupling Rod, Air Mixer Flap Timing 9180212 (18 45 082) 1
Description: (Nls.- Use 13192012)
27 -Motor, Servo, With Coupling Rod, Air Mixer Flap Timing 13192012 68 45 104 1
Note: For Manual Air Conditioning
28 -Motor, Servo, With Mounting Parts, Air Mixer Flap Timing, RH 9180204 18 45 087 1
29 -Motor, Servo, With Mounting Parts, Air Mixer Flap Timing, LH 9180203 18 45 086 1
Note: For Semi-Automatic Air Conditioning Or Electronic Climate Control
30 -Motor, Servo, With Mounting Parts, Footwell Air Flap Timing 9180201 18 45 084 1
31 -Motor, Servo, With Lever, Defroster Air Flap Timing 9180202 18 45 085 1
Note: For Electronic Climate Control
32 -Control, Sliding Block, With Levers, Less Servomotor, Air Distribution Flaps 13193288 68 22 076 1
Range:
C 61000001-
33 -Motor, Electric, Control, Sliding Block, Air Distribution Flaps 13197441 18 45 108 1
Range:
C 61000001-
Note: For Semi-Automatic Air Conditioning

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