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


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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