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Air vents My fan just stopped dead with no air being forced into the car. Heat and cooling still work but no forced air flow. Not sure if it's possibly a fuse or bigger problem in the HVAC.

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  • GOHL Nov 04, 2008

    Can you help me with a layout for the fuses as I can not find what fuse belongs to what function. Internet has been no help.



    Thank you

  • GOHL Nov 05, 2008

    thanks for the nfo- my email address is gohl@rogers.com



    I would greatly appreciate the PDF for the fuses.

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Check the fuses, and if they are all good, thurn the key on, and the fan to high. Under the pass side glove box, tap undet it. Sometimes, the fan motor "sticks", and tapping on it dislodges the sticking. Advise if this helps.

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Sure. post me your e-mail and I will send you a .pdf that explains it in detail.

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  • Toyota Ed Nov 05, 2008

    I would appreciate the graciousness of a FixYa rating. Thanks.

    If you do not wish to get the .pdf, here is what you need to check:

    The heater is controlled by a 40 amp "HTR" fuse in the fusebox under the hood. Additionally, the other 2 fuses for the heat/AC system are the 10 amp "GAUGE" fuse, and the 7.5 amp "AC" fuse.

    I hope that this info is better than my last post. Thnaks for choosing FixYa, and please feel free to post back for any further info, if you need it, glad to help.







  • Toyota Ed Nov 06, 2008

    Thnaks for the FIxYa. Much Appreciated!

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