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You have a 98 Toyota corolla and the heat only comes out of the vents you cant get the heating module to move to the right does it have to be replaced?

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2006-01-05 08:24:01
2006-01-05 08:24:01

If you can get the dashboard off, look at the other end of the lever that goes from cold to hot. Either IT is stuck, or the blender plate (which blends the hot & cold air to get different degrees of warmth or coolness) is stuck. Sometimes they can be freed up with a little coaxing and maybe a drop of WD40.

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