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1989 toyota camry blower just stopped

I tested the motor itself it works fine. whats next?

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Find your fuse layout or owners manual and check the fuse and replace it even if it looks ok,thencheck to see if the switch itself is bad,if so replace it by removing the screws,(4-6) and dash cover checking the connection and switch,replace which ever one is bad and turn on the car,turn one the switch if nothing happens the switch is bad replace and enjoy!

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    dennis adee Dec 27, 2013

    coulld be the relay behind the passengers feet interior panel

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