Why would the blower fan in a 91 Corolla only work during the day but not in the morning?
it likely is just because of the temperature. The fan should only come on when its needed, such as when its hot out.
Why would you care? If you are trying to go fast in a Corolla you must be a kid. These cars are slow and economical, not to mention very reliable. I have an 07. It is my work car. If you wanna go fast buy either a fox mustang with a stoker windsor swap, and 03 Cobra with a different blower or an LSX car.
Why would replacing radiator in 2002 Honda Accord 6-cylinder cause the ac blower fan to stop working inside car?
Do you go through the glove box area to get to the heaterac blower fan of a 1999 Toyota corolla and how would you get the glove box out?
First you are going to remove the passenger side kick panel then the rocker plastic piece. from there you need to remove the glove box. open te glove box remove the 3 skrews where the striker is the there are two 10mm hex head bolts that need removal. then remove glove box assembly and now you have full access to the blower motor
If you have no blower speeds at all, first check the fuse. If the fuse is okay I would suspect the blower speed switch and its electrical plug has melted. If the switch checks okay I would suspect the blower motor is bad. If you have high speed only, I would replace the blower motor speed resistor. If you have all lower blower speeds but no high speed, replace the high speed relay.
I have a 1990 Toyota Corolla and it did the same exact thing as yours and eventually only high speed would work and further investigation revealed the fan switch in the heater control assembly as the culprit. The contact points in the switch had all burned up except for the high setting so I went to the dealer and got a new one and no complaints yet. *********************************************** Jvrsshurricane is right, but more often the…
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The blower intermittently quits on your 2000 Eddie Bauer Explorer and has finally quit for good is this the blower motor resistor or blower control module or switch?
Something called a blower control module takes the place and is found in the hole where you would find a blower resistor, so there isn't a blower resistor in that vehicle. As far as the blower control module is concerned, the module is serviced as a unit. No part can be fixed or replaced. This is not to be confused with the control head in the dash. The blower control module is held into the…
My bet would be a bad rheostat.... It is located in the same vicinity as the blower motor itself and is what controls the speed of the blower motor. Kind of difficult to get at under the dash but not too bad. Will usually be one electrical connection to the blower motor and 2 screws to hold the rheostat in the mounting bracket.
I have a 2002 Chevy Impala and I had the same question. Mine is under the passenger side glove box in back of the blower motor up against the firewall. Mine is very hard to get at, I am thinking of taking the blower motor off so I can get at it better. Anyway, I would guess it would be right by the blower motor...:)