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upperoom
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upperoom Feb 24, 12:37am - #110165 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Ac Question

Whenever I turn it all the way to heat all that comes out is cold air. Whenever i tried to turn it to see if hot air possibly came out on the cold side. it stopped at about 1/4 the way to the bottom of the knob. and it just sticks and wont go any further.
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CeLlYgT04
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CeLlYgT04 Feb 24, 12:52am - #110166 

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I dunno dude, I'd call the dealer and let them know...IT's still under warranty right? wink
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DjFox1270 Feb 24, 1:13am - #110167 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Pop out your counsil using a screwdriver with a cloth or something wrapped around the head so you don't scrach your plastic. Look for any abnormalities behind the unit.

Also in your pedal well, look up for a little thing that looks like this.
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This is the AC control arm. In the picture above, it's in the "neutral" position on the knob. Notice the little wire attached to the white arm. This contols everything heat and cold wise.

This next picture is in the "full Heat, or red" area on the knob.
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Note the position on the white thing.

This is it's postion of the arm in the "Cold, or blue" area
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just make sure that this arm moves smoothly from full heat to full cold, after that, take it to a dealership.


If the pictures don't show, check the attachment.

EDIT: what is a FREE image hosting website that is combatible with this forum?

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