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Blower on 98 camry quit how can i tell which fuse it is or blower motor

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  • ash seder May 11, 2010

    may also be the fan switch our the resistor that controls the fan

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    ac fan quit working, I'm trying to remove the motor

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Firs ck all the fuses then the blower fuses if all the fuses are ok then it must be the fans motor that is bad replace it

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Heater on 1990 Toyota Camry mysteriously quits working after about 5 minutes of operation. I have checked the blower motor and the switch and they work fine.


If you mean the blower stops, make sure you have access to the blower. Turn on heater when blower stops check to make sure it still has power which I think it will. This will tell you that the blower motor is going bad and shutting down when it is warmed up. To repair just replace the blower motor.

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first off make sure you have no blown fuse. but front blower motor may be bad. if it does not work in any speedyou can check for power at the wires going to the blower. under dash on passenger side

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There could be some electrical connections lose somewhere in the ac/ blower fan circuit, worth checking it.

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I am tring to replace the blower resistor, can you tell me where it is located on my 1994 oldsmobile 98


The blower motor resistor is under the hood.On the back wall.You will see a plastic black panel and it should say fuses and relays.Remove the panel and there will be some fuses and relays.Below the relays and fuses you will find the resistor.There are 2 10mm nuts on each side of the relay center.Remove these and you will see the resistor connector.Remove the 2 screws and pull the resistor up.If your blower motor is not working.Before you replace the resistor try tapping on the blower motor while the system is on.If it comes on then the blower motor is bad.Good luck.

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Fan in my 98 f-150 quit running


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You can check the fuses and also if you can unplug or splice into the blower motor wires, you can jump wire the blower motor directly to the battery and it should work! If it don't you need a new blower motor. Please let me know if this helps you and thank you for using FixYa!

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Was the blower making strange noises before it quit? If not, does the blower work at all? perhaps only on one speed? If it only works on one speed, look for the resistor that goes with the blower motor. I assume it will be near the blower itself, but can't tell you where. An auto parts store can probably tell you. If the blower was noisy and suddenly quit, you will likely need to replace the blower motor.

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