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Camry 1991 4 cyl.LE.Blower fan in dashboard stopped working

BLOWER FAN SUDDENLY STOPPED.IT WORKS ONLY ON MEDIUM AND HIGH SETTINGS.I HEAR A CLICK BEHIND GLOVEBOX BUT IT DOESNOT TURN ON.THIS HAPPENDE EARLIER BUT IT STARTED BY ITS OWN.BUT THIS TIME NO LUCK.CAN ANYBODY TELL WHAT IS THE PROBLEM.

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    my 1988 carina 2.0 hatchback has no heat due to the fan not coming on. for a while it came on and off intermittandly but has now stopped altogether and have little money to fix. could i fix it myself.

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Heater fan speed switch located in heater box by passengers feet up in heater box one plug on it cant miss two screws hold it in!!!!

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    are you stuberin???i gave you the anser and you mark it inaproperate! you asked for help I gave it to you if you don't think thats the solution bring it in to a garage pay the big rate $$$ i have been licenced for 21 years!! i have fixed a hundred of your models same problem i think the problem your haveing is beyound that cheers

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Blower motor resistor is bad

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