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Low and medium heater blower inoperative on 2006 toyota tacoma.

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Resistor blown in heater. Follow the wires from the heater motor ( in foot well ) to a plug in the ducting between the fan and main heater body in centre of car. Unplug and remove the plate , it should be held in by a couple of screws. The plate should have a couple of wire coils of which , a couple will be broken. Replace resistor and heater should work.
Happy heating Marshall

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