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Corolla heater fan not working on low

On my 1989 toyota corolla, the heater/air conditioner fan will not work on setting one but works fine on two three or four. Is there a cheap way to correct this?

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Replace the switch... get one from the junkyard...

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

  • Travis Howard Apr 04, 2012

    Tried this and still have the problem. It's not the switch as I can hear a relay kick on when I put the fan on the low setting.

  • Travis Howard Apr 04, 2012

    I have tried this and it does not solve the problem. It's not the switch, I can hear a relay kick on when I put the fan on low.



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