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Removing AC module that controls temperature and all the vents

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Hi guys I need help I have a 2009 Toyota Aurion and I need to know how to remove the top bolt on the module that controls air conditioning temperature n all the vents it's located under the driver's side steering wheel on the left. The car is RHS.
I bought the whole airbox and module is on it. My module, the pins have broken over time as its easily nudged every time you push ur foot brake / hand brake...
Has anyone on here had this problem ? Any mechanic / air conditioning place are asking $1000+.

I have managed to remove two out of three bolts the third one is high up in the dashboard I can touch it but I can't remove it. What do you suggest I should use ?? Thank you in advance n any help is much appreciated.



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Thank you.

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