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I have a 1997 toyota Corolla and the compressor is not coming on. The blower doesn't work in the low position nor does the a/c switch light come on when you depress the switch. I think it is the blower switch but of course not sure.

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Blower Motor Not Working in LOW only Indicates Resistor is Bad Simple Replacement

It Has 4 Wire Plug and is Held in By 2 screws


BLOWER RESISTOR REMOVAL

  1. Remove Glove Compartment Parts
2. Remove Blower Resistor
  1. Disconnect the connector from the blower resistor.
  2. Remove the 2 screws and the blower resistor.
BLOWER RESISTOR INSTALLATION
Installation is in the reverse order of removal

Also seems you are correct About the A/C Switch
Another Simple R7R Tape the end of a Smaller Flathead Screwdriver with Electrical tape --to Protect your dash

Remove A/C Switch
Using a screwdriver, pry loose the clips and remove the A/C switch.

REMOVAL HINT: Tape the screwdriver tip before use.

SWITCH INSTALLATION
Installation is is the reverse order of removal.

This Should Correct your Problems ///Beyond this is a Simple Recharge of A/c System With Freon R134A// I Truely Hope That this Sends you on your way Pleased with My Advise If so and you Feel Im worthy if a Good Rating then Feel Free to rate me as Fairly as you Feel I Deserve I hope to Represent FixYa.com Properly and I thank you for Your Time Have A Great Day!!!

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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