Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
The blower motor speeds are ultimately controlled by the Blower Motor Resistor, when the Resistor becomes defective, current goes right thru it and the Blower Motor only operates at max. speed. Replacing the Resistor is a simple task. Locate electrical connector to blower motor, trace back wiring no more than 8" to next plug, The device where the plug is connected to is the Blower Motor Resistor, disconnect plug and remove the two screws, remove and replace Resistor.
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