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A/C fans We own an 2007 Prius with 34,000 miles. On a recent road trip, we noticed that the center fans on the dashboard, plus the fan(s) underneath the dash for the floorboards, were no longer blowing air. The fans on the outside edges of the dashboard and just below the windshield work fine. And yes, all the ports for the fans are in the open position. Has anyone else had this problem? Any suggestions as to what the problem could be? Thank you.

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Im a toyota hybrid tech i have seen it a time or two the there piece of foam inside the dash called a diverter it can sometimes come dislodged if you hit a bump just the right way or if the glue failed take it in before the warrenty expires it should be covered

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