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I have a 1999 Toyota Corolla. The blower motor doesn't work. I disconnected the blower motor and applied voltage and it works. The blower resistor has two ohms of reistance across all terminals. I don't understand what the problem might be? Can you help?

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  • ek93 May 09, 2009

    If I stopped the car, after driving a while with the heater blower on, and then started up again a bit later, the blower would not start. Then suddenly after 10-15 minutes drive, the blower would start again. This lasted for several months. It took a bit longer before the blower would start, maybe 20 minutes.

    But now the blower will not start at all.

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It could either be the speed control switch or the resister pack near the blower.

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