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1991 Toyota Pickup 4 cyl.


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12-23-02, 04:36 AM   #1  
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1991 Toyota Pickup 4 cyl.

Good Morning,
This morning I turned on the fan for the heater, it would only work on high, the low settings would not work.
Any suggestions
Cheers
John

 
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12-23-02, 06:40 AM   #2  
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Switch may be bad. Take it out of the dash and have it checked

 
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12-23-02, 08:56 AM   #3  
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This is usually a wiped blower resistor when you have high and no lower speeds.

Call up any dealer and ask for the replacement part and the location. Shouldn't be that expensive and only a couple of screws hold it in.

 
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12-23-02, 12:57 PM   #4  
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Blower Resister

On my 1988 Pickup the resister is located in the fan housing under the passenger side of the dash. You'll have to get yourself in there upside down to unplug the harness and remove the one screw holding it in.

The part at the dealer was under 10 bucks as I remember. Easy to do job.

 
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