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2005 Echo Climate Control What is the name of the distribution box that directs air to flow as I have selected with one of the 3 Climate Control knobs?

One of the Climate Control knobs pulls a wire that connects to a plastic face plate, which is attached to the air flow distribution box. (Air is forced on the windshield, my face or my feet depending on the setting.) I have undone the single screw on the face plate that connects to the distribution box. In order to properly direct air flow again I need to know where four pegs in the box fit into this face plate. If I know the name of this air distribution box then I hope to get a diagram from our Toyota dealer. Thank you

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the control is opperated with engine vacumn, check for a hose cracked or come loose in the engine bay, the controller is in the dash,behind the adjustment knob, it may have a hose off or need replacement.

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Fig. Side view of the control head and cable location. 1. Footwell/defrost flap cable-2. Air distribution cable-3. Temperature control flap cable

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