Question about 2002 Toyota ECHO
If I need to replace the fan resistor, where is it located. Thank you for any help
It is located on the back of the blower motor housing, right against the firewall. You will see a black connector with four wires, three small (section) wires and a thicker one. Usually, blue and black. You would have to remove the computer that is attached under the gloves box and its four plugs. In order to remove the computer remove the gloves box by pushing on the sides of it when opened that will allow the tray part of the box to clear the dash.Then it would be fairly easy to remove the two 10mm screws holding the computer. Then slide it toward you and it's out. Next you will need a phillips screwdriver to remove the resistor(really tight spot) but feasible. Once it's out check the filament that usually becomes unattached, so solder it and try it before putting back in place. Hope it works for you.
Posted on Nov 02, 2013
It is usually at the top or near the blower motor. It has a 4 wire plug and is somewhere between the wiring and the blower motor itself. This is a very common problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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