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Blower fan just barely blows

I have a 03 Toyota Corolla CE and with the A/C or heater on, the fan does not hardly put out any airflow. When driving here in the Southwest with Temps in the 90's you have to have the fan on high & recirculate and the vents pointing right at you just to feel a some cool air. While the people in the back seats are roasting away. The fan on this setting feels like what my other vehicles are like when they are on low. What in the world can the problem be ? Please give me some different solutions. I am tired of sweating to death !
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Found the problem, The car does have a air filter inside, behinde the glovebox. When I pulled the filter out, there was a mouse nest. Full of shredded paper & yellow fiberglass insulation. Once that was cleaned out, everything worked fine. Thanks for the help !

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Look to see if it has a cabin filter auto parts would know,if not the vent isnt opening all the way////the fan does hav e all speeds working ,right ,if so can u tell if all the speeds are working?

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