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95 Corolla Blower works in lowest two positions ONLY

1995 Toyota Corolla
Vent/AC/Heater fan operates in lowest two positions only. The two higher selections don't work at all...

How many fuses are there for this fan? I found the fuse box on the driver's side under the dash, but the individual fuses are not labeled.

Thanks for any assistance,
Tom

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One fuse, but your have a resistor block somehwere under the glovebox area, some of the resistance wires on the block may be damaged or gone. this is a pretty common problem. pull the block out and look at it if all the wires are connected, then your problem is somewhere else, like the switch in the dash.

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