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05 Sienna rear AC fan stopped blowing

Both front & rear controls not responding. All fuses OK. A/C in front works fine.

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  • dddkzh Jun 29, 2009

    How do I check the motor? Where is it located?

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Rear fan motor is most likely out

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

  • Ronny Bennett Sr.
    Ronny Bennett Sr. Jun 29, 2009

    it should be with in 3ft of rear vent ,not sure on that model check for voltage at motor if there is none check switches ,if ther is voltage at motor ,,,replace motor

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