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Fuse box which fuse(s) control the blower motor for A.C.

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  • Vicki Smith Jul 13, 2013

    I have an 07 Yaris. The a/c will come on and it will be cold. The blower however, won't work faster than No. 1 on the dial - even if you dial it to 4. At first I replaced the fuse on the underside of the driver's side. That worked 1 time. Replacing the same fuse now only makes the light on the A/C knob light up and is cool - but no blowing power. I read the manual and there are fuses all over the car and under the hood that work on a/c and some work on a lot of processes including the a.c. Before I take it to the dealer to have them tell me how dumb I am - I am not mechanically inclined, disabled and retired. So any help would be so appreciated. Vicki

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