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I'm having problems with my heater blower

I drive a 1995 Tacoma Toyota pickup, I'm having problems with the heater blower, It only runs on low speed and high speed

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    c8lynqtee Sep 13, 2012

    Its most likely would be the blower resistor is faulty. Why!!! Because it only run's on high/low speeds.



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Bad blower resister

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