Question about 2001 Toyota 4Runner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A very common solution here is replacement of the blower motor resistor. The resistor when they break do one of two things.
A. work only on high
B. dont work.
This item is located on passanger side under dash and is usually held in with two small bolts on either side with an electrical connector seperating the mounting screws. It is mounted right in the air box. I replace at least one of these a week in my shop very common item.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Fan will be under dash on passengers side , Removing glove box might be needed, Gm also uses a blower resister ro control fan speeds. First check your fuse and then check and make sure your getting 12 volts to the terminal at the blower, You could have a blown fuse, a bad switch, or a bad resister , if your getting voltage to blower motor then most likely it will be the motor. These are not to difficult to change. I hope this helps, please be aware I can only guess at what the problem is from my past experience.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: No power to the heater controls
Well i would check the fuse if you didn't disconnect the battery while you replaced the blower motor. if that's ok make sure you connected the blower motor correctly. If all else fails it is possible you may have damaged the wiring or connectors
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
if its work in only low speed u have to replace the blower motor resstor which located close to the blower
let me know have a good one
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
SOURCE: VIbration in AC/HEATER fan
I've had mice in my Nissan PU and actually caught one in a trap set on the floorboard; so I know they can get inside. They also knocked some of the fiberglass insulation into the blower motor so it vibrated as it was no longer balanced. You could have a dead one in your blower. Mine was easily accessible from under the passenger side under the dash. Three screws and the motor dropped so I could clean out the fiberglass.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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