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Location of relays in 93 camry

I am trying to fix my interior blowers in my camry. When i drive and have the air intake on outside and my thermostat nob turned to hot it blows out hot hair at a low speed. The speed control does not do anything! I have gotten numerous relays from Auto Zone for my blower... but it doesn't fit any of the relay spots under my hood and i can not find anything near the actual blower motor. If you know how to fix this PLEASE tell me i am so frustrated with trying to figure this out!

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  • Bregan Fleming Dec 10, 2012

    I'm saying when i bought the car they told me it doesn't work but to just get a new relay and it will work i am tryong to get the new relay and everytime i go and try to get it, it doesn't fit. I have looked up my schematic and can not find anything that is helpful in anymatter. Of course i don't know exactly what i am tryong to fix i know the end result and am tryign to get there with eleminating what i could be in the mean time. I am a good 3 weeks into this and still can not find exactly what it is. I have reference material. I didn't come on here as my first ditch effort nor did i ask this question to jsut be told i'm doing it wrong without the slightest bit of help. Thank you for trying(?) to help. but no t his does not help me

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You simply can not do what your doing

Your saying you don't know the system
your trying to fix

So get yourself a wiring diagram & start a logical
testing procedure,you never throw parts at something.

Learn the part of the vehicle you need to resolve

Get reference material

You don't go on a 200 mile trip without a map,you
don't even walk out to a car-- without your proper road
map,test equipment & tools

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

  • Bregan Fleming Dec 10, 2012

    I'm not throwing parts at it i know what i am doing i just didn't feel the need to write what i have done for the past 3 weeks. i have "reference material" and a wiring diagram which does not tell me a dang thing that is helpful kinda like your comment i didn't ask this question to be told i am doing it wrong i came for helpful tips

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