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Old 01-18-2007, 10:45 AM   #1
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Where is my blower motor resistor

I went out to my truck last night and found my blower moter only worked on high. Luckly it was working because it was 3 here. I read some threads and came to the conclusion it was the resistor. Is it in the same place as the first and second gen 4runners? I dont want to hunt around for it. Its to cold.
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Old 01-18-2007, 11:20 AM   #2
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Not exactly sure but many of them are actaully inside the blower housing.
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Old 01-18-2007, 11:24 AM   #3
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It is located under the passenger side footwell area. You can see it in this pic--it is the unit with the plug and "M1" stamped on it.
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It is located under the passenger side footwell area. You can see it in this pic--it is the unit with the plug and "M1" stamped on it.
You saved me alot of looking. Thank you very much!!
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It is located under the passenger side footwell area. You can see it in this pic--it is the unit with the plug and "M1" stamped on it.
Since I was unable to get to that link, I'm posting pics for those who find this thread after this date.
Included rudimentary schematic; note that any resistor that fails eliminates all speeds prior to that link.
Simple steps to replace:
1. remove glovebox.
2. remove crossbar.
3. there's the resistor module - 2 screws!

2000 4-runner 3.4L
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Since I was unable to get to that link, I'm posting pics for those who find this thread after this date.
Included rudimentary schematic; note that any resistor that fails eliminates all speeds prior to that link.
Simple steps to replace:
1. remove glovebox.
2. remove crossbar.
3. there's the resistor module - 2 screws!

2000 4-runner 3.4L
Thanks!!!
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