Question about 2001 Toyota Corolla
First check the fuse if ok check the pulg on the motor for power and ground.if ok remove the motor and the rear cover off to check the brushes.either replace the brushes or put in a new motor.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Most likely it's time for a new blower motor. The blower motor is under the right side of dash pull the 2 wire plug off the motor and check for power and ground with a test light. Sometimes if you hit the motor with you hand and power on if the motor starts to run you going to need a blower motor but this doesn't always work test with test light is better.
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