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Foriegn matter in the heating/aircon fan

The windscreen was replaced recently and now there is something rattling and jamming the heater fan. I think a piece of rubber has dropped through the vents into the heater fan. How do I remove it?

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Remove the glove box door. Behind the glovebox, is the heater box. Under the heater box is the heater fan, mounted vertically, Remove the 3 screws at the bottom, and drop the fan motor assembly straight down; comment back if you need any more info.

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Remove the fan from the underneath of the glove box. could be the pieces of glass from the old wind shield.

remove the glove box cover first. then access the fan screwed on its housing . at least three screws. remove the wires to the motor first.

then check the blower wheel for the glass or rubber that makes the noise.

tnx 4 using fixya,

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