Question about Toyota Camry
Air recirculate button not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The switches have to be removed and the bulbs are on the back of the switch. they look like a grey plastic screw. the bad news is that they are a dealer only item.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
The air flow does not 'increase' with the recirc button pressed. The fan motor blows at specific speeds, no matter whether fresh or recirc is selected. The recirc feature is there so that you do NOT admit 'fresh/hot' air from the outside into the AC box. In short, the recirc feature is to re-use, or, recirculate the existing air in the car. When it is properly working, on a hot day, the recirc selection should drop the internal temperature at the center air vent about 6 degrees lower than with the fresh selected.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
dear friend-it is basicly impossible that no air can enter unless the duckting pipes is completely blocked,your heater valve control the hot and cold air as it is only a two way switch,the air-con make use of the same tunnels but will not come on if there is no gas in the system.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
there is a selector motor on the side of the heat ac coil box under the dash. it should have 2 or 3 levers on the side of it. it controls the dampeners the select where your air is moving to from the defrost to the bi level to the floor or all of the above find that control module and then turn the car on and start moving the selector switch back and forth slowly while watching that module if its moving the levers then you have a more serious problem and need to have a professional look at it. check to make sure that the levers are even connected and that the wiring harness is even hooked to the control module
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
Here is an image of the resistor pack, if that helps:
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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