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I have a 2005 tacoma,4 cylinder. My cab air blower fan quit working. Could it be a fuse. If so, which one? The descriptions in the fuse box lid are difficult to understand.

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You need to check the fuses and see if the fuses for the fan is no good and also check and see if you have a bad connection of if the fan has gone bad.

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