Question about Toyota 4Runner
You are prob gonna have to pull the whole dash board out to get to the vents
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
u need to check the vacuum from the engine to the ac control head, the air defaults to the defrost when the system looses vacuum from the engine, this is for safety.
Posted on May 12, 2009
the switch where you turn it to blowing at your head is probably out. you will need to replace the switch control where your defrost, foot, head etc. what make, model, year is your vehicle?
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
you'll need to pull the dash out. I would sugest taking it to someone who knows more than the novice man(like myself). Dashes of newer models seem to have more clips than screws. if you crack a plastic tab for one of those....
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
The problem is that the plastic lines that the air flows through get frail and cracks and breaks.What happens is when the hose breaks you loose vacuum and the system reverts to defrost mode.You should be able to see it from under the hood on the passengers side.You will have to find the area that is broken and then go to the parts store and get some rubber hose that will fit over the plastic hose.Take a piece of the plastic hose with you so you can get the right size hose to fit over it.This just happened to my 97 Astro van.I found the broken hose and repaired it with the rubber line and is working normal now.Hope this helps.Let me know what you find out.Good luck.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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