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RAV4 2006 air flow selector problem

Stuck air flow selector

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SOURCE: 2006 corolla Air flow selector broken

pull the knob is it broken at the connection they are made of plastic and the lower end usually breaks giving you false indications,if so just replace it and your golden.

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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