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Heater relay I have a 1995 toyota pickup and the blower motor is not blowing. all fuses are good which moves me to the relay. where is the relay located and is there a way to troubleshoot it?

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The relay is behind the glovebox to the right

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First, turn on the fan motor to high, and then tap the bottom of the motor. The brushes stick to the armature, and tapping the motor will release them. Second, check for voltage at the connector for the motor. It should be 3 VDC at position 1, 6 VDC at position 2, 9 VDC at position 3, and 12 VDC at the highest position. No voltage at 1/2 & 3 = replace the heater resistor, located in the air box between the fan & the heater core. No voltage at all? Replace the fan switch.

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