Question about 1997 Toyota Camry
Can people who have no knowledge of these cars please not reply. Tunde babbi's reply was simply useless common sense. For 1 you can't just change the knob and the knob is not the brain of it. It is an entire control unit and from what I have seen these never ever ever go bad and everyone knows to check fuses first thing. Can we get some real help here.
Posted on Mar 02, 2013
Change the knob and then check the fuse
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