2001 toyota platz/echo/yaris Is it the climate knob that controls the fan speed?

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Asked by Aug 23, 2012 at 12:14 AM about the 2001 Toyota ECHO 4 Dr STD Sedan

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Depending if your echo is a North American model, I would say no that its doesnt control the fan speed. There is a climate knob that controls if you want hot or cold air. There is a second knob that controls fan speed which says 1,2,3,4, The Third know controls where you would like the air as in out the main vents, on the floor, defroster etc.

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Toyota vits 2001, The Climate control knob connect to a sensor to control hot water from engine jacket flow through AC evaporator coil. At that moment simultaneously Cool and Heat both active, but the fan controlling by an another knob.

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