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European Toyota Corolla 1998 fan and air duct

I own a 1300 4EFE engine, 1998 Toyota Corolla for the european market, no air conditioning system on board.
Actually the fan works correctly but with poor amount of air taken in.
Is there any filter to clean/substitute on the air intake ducts?
Is there anybody owning a scheme or exploited view?

Thanks in advance, Marco

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  • marco fango Sep 03, 2008

    Many thanks in advance, John, in some sense you are telling me I got nothing to do.

    Considering that at low-half speed the air flow is poor, I thought there was some filtering system somewhere in the middle between the intake and the cockpit.

    But I can easily assure that the fan is working good, both at low-half speed or at full.

    So, no way out except change the car :-D



    Thanks again mate,

    Marco

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Hi marco fango,
I'm familiar with the models that are sold for the Japanese and the African markets...As far as I know the European and Japanese are identical, with some of the refinements left out....We have worked on the dis-assembly and reassembly of a number of these vehicles and I have never seen any filtering equipment on any of them.

What I can suggest, is that you check the operation of the recycle and fresh air control....also make sure that there's nothing blocking the ducting....The fan is very efficient when running at full speed and you should have a good breeze from it....If you have any problem with the lower speeds running the fan, you'll find a wire wound resistor inside the cowling....should be on the left hand side of the center heater unit, at the base....

Hope this is a help

All the best Johngee10

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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Cabin Air Filter 2002 Corolla.
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