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Hi, the blower stop working on all speed on my 1995 camry. I check the blower motor and work OK. Is somewhere in the car a fuse for the blower?
Somebody can tel me where is located?
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You want to find the fuse position that's labeled "HEATER" in the fuse block.

How's that battery connection looking? How about that ground?

How did you check the blower motor? Did you pull it and apply 12V to it?

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Thanks for answer my question, and yes, I apply 12 volts directly to the blower motor and work OK.

The battery connections locks OK.

I can't find the HEATHER labeled fuse.
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It might be a relay. It should be located in the engine bay fuse box.

Are you sure it's not the resistor pack or connector plug on the blower wire set? Did you check the blower switch? Did you do a power trace? Did you measure the voltage on the plug?

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OK, next weekend I will remove everything under the glove box and try to found the resistor pack, and check the switch.

I can't found a fuse or relay labeled HEATHER or BLOWER , and already remove all the fuses and no one was burned.
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might wanna check the shop manuals for the relay and fuse locations: http://www.**********s.com/camry/



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If the blower comes on only when the switch is set at max then it is the resistor pack is bad.

See if you can get the A/C light to come on. If nothing happens at all then its the switch.

I've never been able to find a fuse or relay for this. Give your switch a nice swift hit with the palm of your hand. If still no go then pull the switch out and carefully take it apart and clean off the metal contacts.
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The blower fuse and relay are located in the right kick panel relay block.

AC fuse is on top with a 10A rating, heater/blower fuse is in the middle with a 40A rating, and the heater/blower relay is at the bottom. Any questions?

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Yes, today I found the 10 Amp. and the 40 Amp. fuses, they are OK. I can't check the relay, I need to replace it to be sure is the bad relay that the blower not working? Any sugestion to check the relay?
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If the blower comes on only when the switch is set at max then it is the resistor pack is bad.

See if you can get the A/C light to come on. If nothing happens at all then its the switch.

I've never been able to find a fuse or relay for this. Give your switch a nice swift hit with the palm of your hand. If still no go then pull the switch out and carefully take it apart and clean off the metal contacts.
Yes, nothing happens at the A/C light, is never on.
I will try to hit the switch, or take it apart and clean the contacts.
Thanks for the advice.
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Yes, nothing happens at the A/C light, is never on.
I will try to hit the switch, or take it apart and clean the contacts.
Thanks for the advice.


If your not lucky enough and hitting doesn't help, this might help you get to the switch Climate control lights

And to test the switch the get this: http://www.camrystuff.com/manuals/Ge...ry94wiring.pdf

On page 255 look for harness B6. It will show you the pin #'s so you can test it. Grab a Ohm meter and shove one probe in pin 1 and the other in pin 3. Turn the switch on and you should get a connection between those two pins. ?I think? The schematics are on bottom left on page 252. Labeled "B 6 BLOWER SWITCH"
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The blower fuse and relay are located in the right kick panel relay block.

AC fuse is on top with a 10A rating, heater/blower fuse is in the middle with a 40A rating, and the heater/blower relay is at the bottom. Any questions?
Ok, was a bad relay, today I get a used one from Ebay, replaced it, and everything work perfect.
Thanks so much for the advice.
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Hi, the blower stop working on all speed on my 1995 camry. I check the blower motor and work OK. Is somewhere in the car a fuse for the blower?
Somebody can tel me where is located?
Thanks.
Hello,
I know this post is really old but I wanted to add some info as I just worked on mine and also I'm sure others will find this helpful. I have. When working on a 1992 Toyota Camry with the 4 cyl engine. The AC system was working fine and I drove it to the gas station and upon starting it to go home the AC just did not work at all. I used some common sense; I knew that when the compressor or other parts of the AC system go out, you will at the least get hot air coming out of the vents. I found a few suggestions on this site and other sites also. I had the advantage of having a parts car in the. Ack yard so I was able to dismantle that car to look around to see where things were located first. I found that there is a 10 amp fuse and a relay above the kick panel on the passenger side. You have to remove the trim panel that is below the glove box which has two pieces. After you remove those, you will see the fuse and relay. I removed those and replaced them and it didn't do anything. I then removed the blower motor and replaced it and magic!!!!! That was it! I can't tell you how happy I was and how much money I saved. I live in Texas and the AC is essential! Repair shops take advantage and charge outrageous prices for AC repairs here. Also I want to add that there are some hidden fuses that you can also check. Remove the coin holder, remove the bracket that holds the coin holder and then remove the lower steering wheel panel. You will see the AC vent tube or duct. Remove the duct and there are 3 fuses hidden behind this duct work. I hope that this info helps someone that is in the same situation.

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