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2001 Camry, air does not distribute/circulate if on turned on (this is for AC and normal cool/heat as well, does not matter what the temperature is). There are four low/high settings to blast the air to the car, it does not work on the first two (low/medium-low) but works on the last two (medium-high/high), which is somewhat odd. Any ideas on where to begin looking to fix this? I'm not 100% sure on this one.

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There are four settings on most blower motors. two of yours are prolly bad. replace the blower motor. if that dosnt do the job then it is more than likely an electrical issue and you will need to take it to a shop to have them diagnoss it.

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