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2007 Camry LE the fan runs non stop to the point of my battery dying. The fan runs with the keys out of the car. We have removed all of the fuses and it still runs. They do not make a blower motor resister for this year/make/model. What could it be? If it is a relay how do I know which one?

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  • montehammons Nov 28, 2012

    the relay may be up under the dash, some cars have a relay pack on the passenger side. g'd luck.



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The relay should be in the power distribution box in the engine compartment. The cover of the box may have labeling on the underside. If not, you may have to check with toyota.

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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  • Tony Nov 27, 2012

    Isn't this the fuse box?

  • montehammons Nov 27, 2012

    yes, it would have both fuses and relays.

  • Tony Nov 27, 2012

    We took out each one, one by one, and it still blows without the key in the ignition.

  • montehammons Nov 27, 2012

    Hey, if this is your heater blower fan, it may be the switch is bad. I thought you were talking about the radiator fans.

  • Tony Nov 27, 2012

    Well when we have the car on the fan blows at one speed high, if I turn it to low, it stays on high, when I turn the fan to off it still blows in high. When the fan blows I can turn it to heat or A/C both work, respectively. It is just that the fan blows on high all the time.

  • montehammons Nov 28, 2012

    hmm, and no resistor pack, eh..I wonder if the resistors are built into the switch itself?

  • Tony Nov 28, 2012




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