Question about 1990 Toyota Corolla
Posted by Anonymous on
It is not the fuse,cause the fan will work,the blower resister is the problem,this controls the speeds ,except for high,it is located neart the blower motor on the blower box,it will have a multiwire connector going to it,just replace it,and you will solve this problem.
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