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I suspect that the divider motor is not working on my 2000 camry. I am not getting airflow to the feet area whereas I am to the defrost. What should I check ? Thanks, Ken

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On the sides of the heater box there will be another black box attached to it, that has a motor in it with some plastic gears. when you switch to the floor this box gets an ohm reading telling it what position to turn to, and the plastic gears crack due to excessive heat. when the gear crack gets to where the other contact point is it stops, almost like it has no more teeth to grab onto. if you have pass & driver heat temps there will be a box for each side. usually its the one on the drivers side.

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