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    I have an 88 turbo coupe with the ATC. Does anyone know what the part number is for the blend door motor, can't find one anywhere, there is no part number anywhere on the old one. I've had the dash out for a few weeks and would love to get it put back together. Any help on where to find a new one would be greatly appreciated.

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    E5SZ-19E616-A

    Same part ref'd here 85-88
    1988 Thunderbird 5.0
    GT40P, TFS-1, KB domes, 30#, MAF conversion, Explorer GT40 Upper/Lower, Smog delete, Wide Ratio AOD Mod, Unlocked Speedo, 3G Charging System Upgrade, Hi-Torque Mini Starter, 3.73 LSD, BBK 1 5/8 unequal headers, H-Pipe.

    88 Thunderbird/Cougar EVTM
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    Maybe I'm calling it by the wrong name, that one is the motor that is attached to the heater plenum on the backside of the dash. The one I need is bolted to the heater box just in front of the heater core. Maybe it's called the temp control motor or something, I'll try to upload a pic of it if I can figure out how. It's similar to the link you posted foe, but not the same. If that makes sense to you. I think I just confused myself... Lol

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    Then it's still E5SZ-19E616, but the suffix is different. You'll have 3 actuators, correct? The blend door actuator controlling temp which is found on the front of the box behind (more or less) the control head, the recirc door actuator, near the blower (or at least on that end), and last the mode door actuator (panel, floor, defrost) and I don't remember where that one is located, but it could be the one your talking about.
    In this instance it's important to know how Ford part numbers work.

    The Prefix
    E (designed in the 80's) 5 (5th year of said decade, so 85) S (Thunderbird) Z (Service parts)

    The Base number (this is the number assigned to the type of part)
    19E616 is an electronic HVAC actuator, even today all door actuators are 19E616, and just in the last few years are we coming back to systems that are all electronically motorized like this 30 year old EATC system. Can you say ahead of it's time?

    The suffix
    A, usually signifies a variation of a part type. In cases with a 2 digit suffix, the first is variation, the second is revision. An example might be with an instrument cluster (10849), where the suffix is CA, or trim level C, and MPH which is almost always A

    So if E5SZ-19E616-A is the wrong actuator, you'll be looking for E5SZ-19E616 B or C. And neither of them come up in any of my searches. You'll probably want to call you local dealer parts department.
    1988 Thunderbird 5.0
    GT40P, TFS-1, KB domes, 30#, MAF conversion, Explorer GT40 Upper/Lower, Smog delete, Wide Ratio AOD Mod, Unlocked Speedo, 3G Charging System Upgrade, Hi-Torque Mini Starter, 3.73 LSD, BBK 1 5/8 unequal headers, H-Pipe.

    88 Thunderbird/Cougar EVTM
    (Thanks to Trinom for hosting)

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    after a lengthy search starting with the part number that Foe provided I finally found it. The part number is E5LH-19E616 AA. Thanks for the help Foe

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