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Heater quit working in my toyota

I was driving and the fan quit working in my car. I checked all fuses in the fuse box but all are good. what do i look for next?

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The next move is to check the blower motor resistor.I'm not sure were yours is located,on the firewall or inside the ductwork near the blower.

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