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I have 1999 toyota corolla and the air is barely blowing out on high. The ac blower motor has been replaced. Not sure what else could be the cause of the problem. I am not familir with cars and I am trying to learn.

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Your car may have an in cabin air filter. When they clog up you get very little air flow. Look behind the glove box for access. Check your owner's manual for directions

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