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Your problem i think is the wiring at the fan resistor located under the passenger footwell the connectors seem to overheat and melt causing fans to stop working,need to replace resistor and wiring but check first by switching fan on and when located wiggle wiring fans may cut in

Posted on May 09, 2010

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When I turn on the fan for the cabin, it does not start blowing air as it should. I am guessing it is an issue with the fan / blower mechanism. Wiring could be the primary issue because sometimes the fan...


If the fan operates intermittently, but normally when running, it is less likely that the fan motor is the problem. More likely it is a failure in the power supply to the fan motor. If the fan motor was faulty it is much more likely to cease operation totally rather than to operate intermittently as you say it has been doing.

Without physically checking the operation myself it is hard to diagnose. However, there are at least 2 areas for checking:

1. The fan switching mechanism. Is your fan switch faulty and cutting power flow? As the problem is intermittent operate the switch a number of times to see if the symptoms repeat at a time the fan is operating for you.

2. The wiring. There could be a dodgy connection in the wiring to/from the fan motor which is intermittently cutting power flow to the fan motor.
This will need to be carefully checked.

I would suggest you also contact your local toyota service department and talk to one of the experienced people there. Just suggest you are going to bring the vehicle in for service. <More often than not it is likely a number of owners will have come in with exactly the same problem as yours in which event they will be able to tell you what they diagnosed in previous cases. If you cannot get any useful info then contact another dealer.

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