In my 1995 Toyota t 100, my ac and heat works but the fan speed switch seems to only work on off ,the other speeds are just not working , it just happened. is this an easy fix?


Asked by Feb 18, 2014 at 07:48 AM about the 1995 Toyota T100 2 Dr DX 4WD Extended Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

8 Answers


1 Check the fan fuse either in the kick plate (drivers side) fuse box or under the hood in the large fuse box. 2 If OK then Check the wires, to the switch, are in full contact -pushed all the way in (not likely but ?) 3 If OK, then you may then have to look at replacing the switch,or the fan motor.

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Ok thank you I'm gonna check in to this and I'll let you know. Also last weekend you told someone else about fixing a door handle and i did it and it worked like a charm


You are welcome,Lance. I hope your problem is fixed easily and inexpensively

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Sorry so late . I took the switch off and it looked all burnt up .so I'm hoping that was the problem , ordering new part so maybe I'll have it on at the end of this week .thanks again.

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Got my fan switch in today and now i have all heat with all speeds .thanks Burt for you're advice in was a cheap and easy fix.

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Good Deal Lance. Glad It worked out so well. Gota keep the 95s up and running; as they are the best of the T100 models ;-)


Hi my 1996 T100 I have problem with my AC electrical system the problem does not power the compressor, I check all fuses and pressure valve

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hey my heat and ac work but my fan does not spin

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