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Old 11 Oct 2015, 12:59 pm
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Default Heater Mode Selection Not Working

The heater blows normal air or air-conditioned air OK, the fan speed can be varied and the air recirculation switch works too... it's just that the air only blows out of the top vents.

I have had the dash fascia off and the cables all move freely. I read that the mode arm on the heater unit can slip off the teeth and I would like to check this out. My problem is that I can not seem to access the heater unit. I have had the passenger airbag out, glovebox out and so on, but access to the cabling is not apparent.

Other posts suggest taking the whole dash board out to get to this area... is this really the only way???

Any advice would be appreciated.
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Old 14 Jan 2016, 12:06 pm
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Default Re: Heater Mode Selection Not Working

Did you ever get this problem fixed? I am having the same problem with the air only blowing out the top vents.
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