Question about 1999 Toyota 4Runner
Hot air is blowing out of the back end of the console that sits between the two front seats. It is blowing out right behind the driver's seat. The floor under the driver's seat is very hot too and the driver's seat is roasting. Only 40,000 miles on this vehicle. Extremely uncomfortable, becomes too hot to drive. Have tried turning off air conditioner, heater and all air controls. It still blows. Any help appreciated.
It sounds silly but there is a separate unit in your console that you can only turn off if you go in from back seats. You probably already did that, but if not try. You can not turn it off from any controls on front panel. If it doesn't work, I would think something is wrong with the switch. Open it up and look at wire connection from switch regulator. It also has a heat regulator on the console facing back seats? Mine does anyways.
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