Question about 2005 Toyota Highlander
I went from only high heat to no heat in about 2 - 3 days.
You probably have a broken wire at the heater control. If the shaft nut is indeed loose, and if you pull on the knob, expect to break the remaining small wires that connects the heat-level potentiometer to its circuit board.
The wires can be fixed/resoldered, as opposed to buying a new unit for over $600.00. I hope that this solution helps you.
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