Question about 1996 Toyota T100
Check all your fuses.( you probably did, but do it again, one at a time) it seems like your control pannel is not getting power. See what wire is the power for the control pannel and bypass it with a jumper wire, giving it power and see if the blower works. Be careful though, make sure you find the correct wire that powers the control, or else you'll burn the control.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
if the fan/motor only works on max No 4 setting ? then may i suggest you have a resistor fault or commonly known as a reostat in uk this is the component that provides the relevent reduced speeds on selection but when it fails only max speed works so you should find this unit attached on heater fan exterior if you follow wires from actual motor it will connect to the resistor unit ? then onward to switch control it is not to difficult diy and if you have access to manual/ it will give location/access for renewing? hope this helps/inspires you to diy ?
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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