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2006 Toyota Sienna CE 5dr FWD 7-Passenger (GS)

2006 Toyota Sienna
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Front Wheel Drive, 5 Door Reg WB, 2WD Minivans
19 mpg city / 26 mpg hwy
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February 4, 2013, 1:13 pm

Mark S

Question: No heat coming out the floors vents to the second row.

When the climate control selector in the second row of seats is set to ceiling, there is flow coming out the ceiling vents in the second row and third row. When that selector is set to floor vents, there is flow out the third row lower side wall vent and NO FLOW at all coming from the floor vents from under the front row seats to the second row. The air that does come out the ceiling vent when selected seems to be mild in temperature compared to the very front vents also. Where might the problem(s) be? Thanks

February 10, 2013, 2:49 pm

Tyler O

Maybe an issue with rear heater core or blend doors if equipped.

You can take it to a dealer and have the HVAC computer checked for fault codes as a first step

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