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My heater fan does not come on in my toyota corolla as of 81000 miles it just stopped

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Check the associated fuse and relay (by substitution with a similar relay). If ok, then check for power at the fan itself. If ok, replace the motor. Small motors like this occasionally seize up due to lack of lubrication or water entry. Good luck!

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