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I have a 2002 toyota highlander 2wd limited and the heat/AC fan stopped working. Do you know where the fuse is so i can check it before i take it for service. Or is there a simple solution

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Fuses are right behind the battery. the lid has a "map" to show you which is which... also there may be a relay in the same fuse box that could be checked

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