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Heat problem drivers side 07 tundra

I have no heat on drivers side , passenger side works great?

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-Possible duct slip off between connector.
-Look under dust board and check it.

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SOURCE: 2004 Toyota Tundra - mice got into the fan assembly and the motor

I have seen that most of the time rodents will build a nest right in the middle of the fan on the blower motor. Remove the blower motor and clean the blower fan and clean out the air duct from the blower motor while it is out of the vehicle.

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Check the fuses. I do believe there is a left and right side fuse for the headlamps. For some reason toyotas, especially highlanders, like to blow the fuses when the headlights burn out.

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the operating flap isnt working ,but never done one as yet so i have no idea how to get to it

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Try a passenger side door switch or a new complete master switch on drivers door. Alaways check fuses also.

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Check to see if your coolant levels are down. Check to assure the coolant is circulating and that your thermostat is opening and closing and not stuck. Check toi be sure there is no blockages in your coolant system. The heater core could be blocked. Check to see if your switch on the dash that adjusts from warm to cool is functioning properly. It may be stuck in the cold position

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