Fan Resistor Question

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Old 25 Apr 2004, 04:58 pm   #1 (permalink)
Vern Alg
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I have a 1989 Camry LE. It's the one with push buttons for the fan
control (vs. slider).

I am finally getting around to fixing my fan resistor. I need to know
what I'm looking for.

I pulled the kick panel off. I found what looks like a circuit board
under a small white panel. Is this what I'm looking for?

If not, where do I go from here?

Any idea where I can get a new unit for a low price?

Vern


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Old 25 Apr 2004, 09:06 pm   #2 (permalink)
Doug
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I'm not sure what kick panel you took off but if i rember right when i tried
to fix mine it was right next to the blower motor which means you need to
take off the right side bottom dash panels which is not hard just a little
time. I do not know where you can get a new one but if you find out please
e-mail me at doug8142@comcast.net because i need 3 of them i only have high
and med in all 3 of my camrys thanks
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> I have a 1989 Camry LE. It's the one with push buttons for the fan
> control (vs. slider).
>
> I am finally getting around to fixing my fan resistor. I need to know
> what I'm looking for.
>
> I pulled the kick panel off. I found what looks like a circuit board
> under a small white panel. Is this what I'm looking for?
>
> If not, where do I go from here?
>
> Any idea where I can get a new unit for a low price?
>
> Vern
>
>



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