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1994 TOYOTA COROLLA..heater fan would quit blowing, but if you tapped the fan cover, or hit a bump would turn on. was making putting noises and now wont turn on

Checked the fan connected to the battery, that works. got a new relay and that didn't fix the problem. the fuses under hood all look good. what are my other possibilities?

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