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I have a 1994 Toyota Celica. The plastic, tempature (A/C and heater) dial broke off into my hand while the A/C was running on level one. Where can I get a replacement dial? I no longer have the manual. I do not know the part number. My previous internet searches have proved fruitless.

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I have a 91 Honda Prelude, and I've had to replace the same type plastic knob probably 4 times over the years. Did you check a Toyota dealer? Honda still has mine in stock($10). Hopefully Toyota still stocks them. I just tell Honda the year, they have never asked for a part #. Must be a good money maker! If no luck at the dealer, how about a junk yard? countrycurt0

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