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WHY DID THE HEATER FAN STOP WORKING IN MY 1989 TOYOTA MR2

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3 things to think about..... blown fuse ? ... faulty thermostat switch ? .. or burnt out motor.... Red.

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SOURCE: Corolla heater fan not working on low

Replace the switch... get one from the junkyard...

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SOURCE: easy and best way to replace crank bearings in a toyota mr2 1989

if you meen the crankshaft, the engine has to be seperated from the transmission.

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SOURCE: my 1991 toyota mr2's speedometer stopped working.

This could be caused by a problem on the speedometer cable. This cable is connected at the back of your dashboard to the transmission. Check out if the cable broke or has disconnected from the back of the dashboard.

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