Question about 2001 Toyota Echo
Posted by Anonymous on
Check the switch for the blower on the heater unit it's the one for adjusting the speeds I had to replace one on mine it was faulty
Posted on Jan 30, 2018
Yes could be the blower relay or loose ground in the blower circuit.
Try your local library they may have a manual with the cicuit diagram.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
blower switch is your fan knob on dash. resistors are located under pass side dash next to blower motor. on alot of cars the blower will work on high speed and not the lower ones- this is a tell tale way to tell the resistor is no good. if this happens again after replacing resistor- ive seen the blower motor shorting out causing the resistor to go bad- then you would have to replace both.(this usually dosnt happen, most often the resistor alone fixes the problem..
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
SOURCE: My 99 Camry has done
you know the thing has run 400k miles, that is 300k past it designed life. break down and buy a new fan for it, it will set you back about 60 bucks. if you can replace the resistor, you can change the fan. a new set of plugs, plug wires, and a set of tires may be warranted as well.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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