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The a/c on my 2002 toyota sequoia blows great & cold except the rear ducts. I press the rear button & it lights..just nothing ocming out of rear ducts. Is it a separate blower...maybe a fuse? I can't find a fuse diagram for this sequoia ...any suggestions?

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