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No heat for the rear upper vents on my 2004 sequoia, fan works but blows only cold air?

Fan works on all speeds, vents change from floor to ceiling and combination of the two but no warm/hot air at all when temp is raised

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SOURCE: No hot air at rear vents on 98 Toyota Sienna CE

Possible that heatcore is going or hose from heater is leaking or falling off.
You can go to www.autozone.com and see a full free online repair manual for your van

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SOURCE: Heater does not get hot. Fan works but will only

check coolant level, if ok change thermostat, it may be sticking.

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SOURCE: my 04 toyota rav 4 when the heater is on blows hot air out the center , right floor and right upper vents and cold air out the left floor vent and upper left vent. heater temp. control works, pos

Check your ducting and hoses going to the left side. Maybe one came loose.
Maybe a door towards left of heater case is not opening. Watch the cables for proper movement when operated. Maybe you can spot the problem. Good luck.

Posted on Nov 24, 2011

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