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AC fan motors

I am having a 2003 toyota camry . suddenly both the engine as well as the AC fan motors do not operate. It starts running if we tap the motor but stops if we switch off and switch on the AC. Again we have to tap the motors. Can the problem be rectified without replacing the motors.

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Simple fix for now solution
grease the fans bearings sounds like there over do for this kind of maintenance
also could be a speed variable cooling relay
example a vehicle reaches certain speeds the fans shut off alowing the air outside to come inside to keep vehicle cool with out using much power

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