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Rear a/c will not blow air on 2004 Sienna

I believe that I checked all the fuses and relays that looked like they were associated with the rear a/c. What else should I look at before giving up and taking it to the dealer?

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Your rear AC lines may have rusted and let the gas escape. This is apparently a common problem in salt road areas for the sienna. They separated the front and rear AC lines on the 04 and later models but the rear lines are still exposed is my understanding from a Toyota mechanic.
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