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2005 kia sedona - no rear heat

What turns the heat on and off for the rear of my 2005 Kia Sedona, and where is it? The fan runs fine, just no heat.

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    Rear fan fine front fan not working

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Look on your dash on the ride side of your radio, there are 4 black squares, the botton three are usually blank, the top one says RR HTR, push that one in. If the heat does not work than join the club, mine has only blown warm heat in the last 2 years. I've had the rad flushed and all the rear lines replaced. 2005 kia sedona - no rear heat - moz-screenshot.jpg

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Testimonial: "Why is it the simple things are so hard to find. I had it on at one time, but it must have gotten bumped. Thanks for the reminder."

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SOURCE: 2005 Kia Sedona. Rear fan works normal, but no

switch on dash rr heater

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