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Hi guys, just wondering i've read forms on & off on the Avalon section but i noticed it's not quite as active compared to other threads. But i've got a few questions. Does anybody know if the Avalon has a secret/hidden cabin filter under the dash near the footrest ? Does the "Cool Air Bypass Switch" provide more air flow over the central vents when it's operational ?, or is the foam at the back restricting the fan air flow ? Does anybody run an external transmission cooler ?, applicable to A541E's 4sp auto ? Is there an extra bass "loud" mode hidden within the Mark 3 Avalon Grande (with factory navigation) ? Is the Lexus ES300 & Avalon blower motor the same exact part ?
Did you know that some Toyota vehicle comes with built-in On-Board diagnostic? Vehicle fitted with climate control has self-diagnosis capability. Watch and learn how to activate the diagnostic mode of your aircon system. You don't need the Toyota diagnostic scan tool to determine the A/C fault in your vehicle. Watch and share this video to help other people save money.
One mechanic has quoted around $800 to replace coil. Is this reasonable? Would it be better to replace the entire air con unit?
Hi there Toyota owners, Would like some help replacing the aircon/heater controls in my car. The hot/cold ratchet in the centre has had its gear teeth stripped over the years. I pulled the entire module out and there seem to be all electrical connectors except 3 which are mechanical wires. One controls the the fresh/recirculate while the other 2 go to the hot/cold rachet. In order to replace the module, I need to know how to disconnect the 2 mechanical wires that go to the hot/cold rachet. Or i need to know where these wires go to in the engine bay, so i can disconnect them there. Thankyou very much for your assistance. Let me know if you need any more information and I will be more than willing to provide. Here is an image of what the control module looks like, for reference. Regards, Aussieboy