No heat

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Asked by Dec 26, 2012 at 08:36 PM about the 2004 Toyota Camry Solara SLE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Blower works fine; changed thermostat still cold air

4 Answers

103,955

Is there flow through the heater core? Are the hoses hot?

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I can check tomorrow. Do I glab them under the hood close to firewall?

103,955

Yes - keep clear of belts and hot exhaust headers.

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First of all check your coolant level, If OK Lets Remove the Passenger Glove Box, Look to your left you will see a Blower Duct Remove it, Look at the blend air door lever this controls the amount of Air traveling through the heater core and the AC Evaperator. Start your car and adjust temp, see if the lever is moving...If No then remove the blend air door motor but take note on the postion of the arm..although i like to go to hot totally or Cold totally then when i reinstall the motor i position the arm to match ...Fully Up is totally hot fully down is ice cold....!!! Open the blend air door housing and clean the contacts that travel on the large gear and collective grease that has maybe in excess...then put together put the plug into her and try lets see if the arm travels now......i have a link to see what we have just discussed .... Grinding clicking under dash air mix servo Toyota Nation Forum Toyota Car... http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/270-4th-generation-2003- 2009/358541-grinding-clicking-under-dash-air-mix-servo.html

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