Tacoma PreRunner Cabin Fan Failed

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Old 11 Mar 2013, 08:32 pm   #1 (permalink)
Jeff Strickland
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Default Tacoma PreRunner Cabin Fan Failed

2008 PreRunner.

I do not have a schematic for this truck, and the cabin fan suddenly stopped
working. I cannot find a fuse that is blown, so I'm moving on in my
diagnostic routine. Without a schematic, it is difficult to know where to go
next.

Is there a problem with the control module that keeps the fan from coming
on?

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Old 11 Mar 2013, 09:06 pm   #2 (permalink)
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"Jeff Strickland" <crwlrjeff@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> 2008 PreRunner.
>
> I do not have a schematic for this truck, and the cabin fan suddenly
> stopped working. I cannot find a fuse that is blown, so I'm moving on in
> my diagnostic routine. Without a schematic, it is difficult to know where
> to go next.
>
> Is there a problem with the control module that keeps the fan from coming
> on?


Nevermind.

The kid kicked the fan and it started going. Must have sucked down a leaf or
something. Whatever. The complicated problem turns out to have been easy.




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Old 11 Mar 2013, 11:55 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Tacoma PreRunner Cabin Fan Failed

Jeff Strickland wrote:
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> "Jeff Strickland" <crwlrjeff@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:khm0gb$9v6$1@dont-email.me...
>> 2008 PreRunner.
>>
>> I do not have a schematic for this truck, and the cabin fan suddenly
>> stopped working. I cannot find a fuse that is blown, so I'm moving on
>> in my diagnostic routine. Without a schematic, it is difficult to know
>> where to go next.
>>
>> Is there a problem with the control module that keeps the fan from
>> coming on?

>
> Nevermind.
>
> The kid kicked the fan and it started going. Must have sucked down a
> leaf or something. Whatever. The complicated problem turns out to have
> been easy.
>


any motor, be it a starter, fuel pump, or blower fan motor, that "works
again" when you hit/kick/whack it....usually has a flat spot on the
commutator which means it is indeed bad. With a non-crucial component
like a blower fan though, I can see living with smacking it once in a while.
GW
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