How do you take the center console off of a 1995 Toyota Camry?

Asked by Oct 26, 2013 at 02:20 PM about the 1995 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1995 Toyota Camry and for a while now the air conditioner/hearer does not switch modes when I turn the options from head to feet to etc. I'm pretty sure that the only problem is that the arms that connect the servos to the directing vents are simply broken. I hear them activating but they just aren't directing the air like they should. I simply don't know how to get in there to repair them. How do you take that front panel off and is there something else that will need to come off as well to get to the servo?

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Take a small flat screw driver and pry upwards between the black plastic that surrounds the bottom of your stereo and the softer dash material. Remove that plastic. Then, above your speedo, there should be two screws. Remove those. Then just gently pry apart the hard plastic from the softer dash material. You will have to remove all knobs from your selector switches. I think that will get you on the right track. It's been years since I have had to remove mine, but I think that should get you pretty far along.......

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The Control unit fails from Time to time That controls servos

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