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Where is the vss on the 2009 corolla? i know its on the transaxle but Im having a hard time locating it..


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I have collora 2009 my ac fan does not work the ac is very cool only the fan is not working i checked all the car by computer everything electronicly i allright


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Before you do that have you checked feud with a circuit tester to confirm
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