2007 Camry CE doesn't switch from vent to defrost

Asked by Sep 21, 2016 at 11:40 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Any warning lights ON or flashing? Is this a problem that developed after some maintenance or repair was performed? Does the AC/Heat function? Have you had this vehicle Scanned for codes?

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Yes the ABS light and the soft tire light. A rim was replaced but not the sensor. This problem occurred about a year ago before the altinator was replaced and the dealer scanned it and found nothing.

The ABS light and the low tire light are on a rim was replaced without the sensor. This problem occurred about ago before the alternator was replaced the dealer scanned it then and found nothing. The Abs light was on then

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Ok...the problem here is the lack of a bi-directional scan tool. This may wind up being another trip back to the dealer to have a "Systems Performance Test" performed. I believe this AC/Heating /Vent system is Computer controlled. Like most CC systems...you need to plug in another computer(diagnostic tool)...to do the proper diagnosis. Try this....key on engine OFF....operate your heater/ac controls. Listen under the dash in a quite environment. Do you hear "Actuators moving doors resulting in little thumping noises?

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Smokey....find a fix for this vehicle?

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