1999 Camry Fan not working lower settings

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Old 08 Oct 2005, 10:03 am   #1 (permalink)
Jonny M
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Default 1999 Camry Fan not working lower settings

The fan on my Camry has stopped working at all settings except for
high. I have searched for some posts on what to do but am unclear on
my first action to take so I am posting a new thread. Is there a
resistor pack I can buy from a dealer and replace and fix this easily?

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Old 08 Oct 2005, 02:53 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1999 Camry Fan not working lower settings

Haynes' specifically covers your problem, 'blower operates but not at all
speeds'.
Basicly check the resistors first, then blower speed switch. Sounds like
it's resistor since it says Hi speed bypasses the resistor.



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Old 08 Oct 2005, 05:24 pm   #3 (permalink)
Vash the Stampede
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Default Re: 1999 Camry Fan not working lower settings

On Sat, 08 Oct 2005 08:03:46 -0700, Jonny M wrote:

> The fan on my Camry has stopped working at all settings except for
> high. I have searched for some posts on what to do but am unclear on
> my first action to take so I am posting a new thread. Is there a
> resistor pack I can buy from a dealer and replace and fix this easily?


Resistor pack last I checked was either $45 or $65.

You have to pull the bottom plate/fan motor from the bottom of the blower
assy (it's not bad, but it's not fun, either)

I have never done this, but seems to me you could replace the little
springy looking things with 10Watt ceramic resistors? (If you know the
resistance of the springs...)
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