Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
Check the following fuses:
10 amp GAUGE under the dash, and the 40 amp HEATER under the hood.
If both fuses are good, I suspect that you may either have a bad fan switch or a bad heater fan motor. The switches are rare to fail, I would suspect the heater motor first. Please try this: Turn the key on; turn the fan switch to high. Look under & behind the glovebox, for the bottom of the heater fan motor. Round thing with 3 screws holding it to the heater box. Using a small hammer, or something that you can tap with, tap on the bottom of the heater fan motor. You just may jar the motor enough to make it run. If it comes back on, you may need to replace it at some point in the near future. Worked for me quite a few times. Try that, repost to me what happens. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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