Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
95 Corolla-Heater fan not blowing.Could it be a fuse and where is it located??
The fuse would be located under the dash on the drivers side... other things to check would be the resister block on the duct work near the fan motor. it's held in by two or three screws... one other thing to try is to turn the fan on then tap it gently with a hammer... if it comes on it's likely the fan needs to be replaced.
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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