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The fan does not blow air when I turn on AC or just fan

When I turn on the fan with or without the Air Conditioner being on, no air blows out. It just shows that I have the air on high.

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  • corree7 May 21, 2009

    Where is the fan blowwer motor located on 1995 Lexus LS400?

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Bad blower motor or resisiter.

Posted on May 20, 2009

  • Mike Vincent
    Mike Vincent May 21, 2009

    below the glove box. there is a black cover you need to remove below the glove box and then you will see the motor.3 screws hold it on. 8 mm head screws.

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    paulsroadsid Feb 22, 2012

    the answer is that the transistor is bad there are 3 parts 1 fan motor 2 fan motor resister 3 is the transistor the transistor amplifies the power to the fan on my 95 its next to the gas pedal you will see one one top thats the resister the one just below is the transistor you have to remove the gas pedal to remove it dealer wants $165.00 ebay $44.00 junk yard is where i got mine $6 feel free to call me 240 304 6989

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I ran jumper wires to the fan plug+it blew, why will it not blow on it's own with the switch on high! In the mornin the fan comes on+shuts off+will not come on again.Now it won't work any more at all! What is this problem??

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