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The heater fan in my 95 Toyota Tacoma was working fine when I parked it last night. But when I got in it this morning, the fan would not come on. There was thick snow on my windshield, so when I turned on the windshield wipers, they had to strain to make a swipe. Might this have blown my fan fuse. The wipers still worked though.

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You mite have to replace the fan or have some one check alll the fuse first be for you get a new one

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