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1993 Toyata Previa

Some times my AC stops blowing. But I can still feel that the AC is working but the fan is not pushing the cool air. I think that my blower moter is the problem but need to know for sure and were is it located and how do I change it out?

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Check the A/C fan motor. carbon contacts might be too short or dirty already.

don't use the A/C til you fixed it.

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I had the same problem with my 1993 previa, I change the belt during major tune up and to my surprise, the AC is ice cold.

sirmickei - New York

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

El encendido es demorado, hay que darle varios startes.
La luz testigo indicadora de la presión de aceite no se apaga sino después de un rato de funcionamiento del motor.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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