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Where is the fuse located for the AC/blower?

Fan for the heater doesn't blow at all.

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As above, but If a fuse is not the problem, locate the the blower motor resistor regulator which is generally somewhere in the glove box area...that's most blowers issues and it's a cheap part and easy replacement.. cheers

Posted on Jan 30, 2018

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Fuse panel on the inside of the car drivers side

Posted on Jan 30, 2018

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SOURCE: Toyota Corolla AC/heater fan only works intermittently

I had the same problem on my 2004 Corrolla and ultimately it only worked on high. The dealer charged me $45 diagnostic fee and almost immediately told me it was a part called the blower resister. They knew the answer right there and then but only realesed it when I agreed to pay the diagnostic. They charged me 179.00 to fix the AC and later I found out the part cost $8.95 and a novice could have replaced it themselves.

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: air blower stop on AC , unable to locate fuses Please help

I really doubt it is the fuse, more likely the blower rmotor speed dropping resistor or the motor itself is defective, the motor is under the dash on the passenger/ right side, the blower motor resistor is near it in the air ducting, see photo below.
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Posted on May 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 95 Corolla Blower works in lowest two positions ONLY

one fuse, but your have a resistor block somehwere under the glovebox area, some of the resistance wires on the block may be damaged or gone. this is a pretty common problem. pull the block out and look at it if all the wires are connected, then your problem is somewhere else, like the switch in the dash.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: AC blow fan in not working. tried to find fuse no

hi I'm litoshop you can find the fuse in the passenger side kick panel there's two fuses the second is the A/C fuse now in the engine compartment fuse 21 that fuse controls the blower and the heater good luck...... if this information has been helpful please let us know thank you.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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check the freon there are high and low pressure swithes and will prevent a/c from workin
to protect compressor

Posted on Dec 19, 2010

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The three most common problems for heater fans are
  1. Burned-out blower motor resistor. This is usually located on the engine side of the firewall. Sometimes one section of the resistor is burned out but others are still good, so the blower only works on the highest speed settings. If you have a burned-out resistor, check the blower bearings to make sure they are not stiff and causing the motor to draw too much current.
  2. The blower is actually working, but either the intake vent is plugged (I've seen vehicles with the heater core completely blocked by dirt, leaves and insects that came in through the vent), or the heater door is stuck closed.
  3. The motor bearings have gone bad (see # 1). This can cause the fuse to blow, although the resistor usually fries first.
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