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Question 1998 Rav4 Air Conditioning Vents

Can anyone help me find air conditioning vents for my 1998 Rav4? I am needing the two above the radio and the one on the passenger side.

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Can anyone help me find air conditioning vents for my 1998 Rav4? I am needing the two above the radio and the one on the passenger side.

Thanks for the help.
I think a corolla 93-96 will fit those. Not sure for the middle vents thou
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Hi,

I am not sure if you are looking for the parts or the actual location of your ducts.
For that i am pointing you towards the repair manual with the name Heater AC.pdf from below link
Also i added a picture of the air duct system used in a RAV4.
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Thanks for the link to the service repair manual. It is very helpful.

I'm looking for the parts themselves -- the plastic air vents. Mine are cracked and falling to pieces. Can they be ordered through a Toyota dealership or is there somewhere else to find replacements?

Again, thanks for the help.
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Thanks for the link to the service repair manual. It is very helpful.

I'm looking for the parts themselves -- the plastic air vents. Mine are cracked and falling to pieces. Can they be ordered through a Toyota dealership or is there somewhere else to find replacements?

Again, thanks for the help.
Pick and Pull yard or Surplus shop might help you.

Here in Cali, there's a lot of pick and pull yard with 93-96 corolla..

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Your location is unclear, but you can indeed order them with a toyota dealer. Finding similar aftermarket products might be cheaper but the quality is uncertain. You will have to do some searching tough.
Going to local scrapyards might indeed be a good alternative if you are on budget or feel that it's nicer to DIY.
It helps to have the right product names and numbers to find what you are looking for quickly.
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Try these part numbers: 55670-42010 (two central vents)
55660-42020 (passenger side vent)

Check these with the dealership in order to confirm that they are the correct ones.

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Pick and Pull yard or Surplus shop might help you.

Here in Cali, there's a lot of pick and pull yard with 93-96 corolla..


Thanx. Didn't know the Corolla was the same. Will check it out.
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Your location is unclear, but you can indeed order them with a toyota dealer. Finding similar aftermarket products might be cheaper but the quality is uncertain. You will have to do some searching tough.
Going to local scrapyards might indeed be a good alternative if you are on budget or feel that it's nicer to DIY.
It helps to have the right product names and numbers to find what you are looking for quickly.
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Thanks for the reply. Will try the dealer.

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Try these part numbers: 55670-42010 (two central vents)
55660-42020 (passenger side vent)

Check these with the dealership in order to confirm that they are the correct ones.

Thank you for passing along the part numbers. I will indeed try to confirm and order from the dealership.

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