Question about 2003 Toyota RAV4
Interior of car,left air ducts have no heat. Right side ( passenger side ) is fine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The ground circuit for the driver side door switch is compromised, or the door switch is bad. Try this: Remove the black rubber cover from the door swich. Using a 10 millimeter wrench or socket, loosen & tighten the switch retention bolt. See if the dome light flickers. If so, the ground on the switch is bad, & just needs cleaned up. If not, remove the switch, and touch the wire behind the switch to the body,or the bolt hole. If the dome light lights, you need a door switch. Your problem is entirely in the door switch/ground/wiring. Hope this helps, and thanks for choosing FixYa.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
check your heater tap in the engine bay ...they usually ran off a vacuum hose.
If the system was not bled properly..ie by filling the radiator WHILE the bleed screw is open you will get an airlock.
the bleed screw is usually on or near the thermostat housing.
The water level must be higher than the top on the engine (I use a piece of PVC pipe in the radiator filler to do this.)
Also make sure the thermostat is not stuck in the closed position.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
it sounds like the drain hole for the condenser is clogged and the water is pooling up and overflowing out of the vent and spilling over onto the carpet. you need to un clog the drain hole. if you look behind the passange wheel and under neath the car you will see a black hose leading up and into your fire wall run a long semi flexible wire or like and un clog it do not jam it in to far or too hard you dont want to put a hole in the condencer but when you get through you will get a rush of water that should pour out
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
It sounds like a heater blend door issue inside the heater box that is actually not closing all the way to allow either cool or hot air or visa/versa.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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