Have a 2011 Toyota Camry and the A/C blower is not working.
Sometimes an occasional hit to the dashboard will make it work but now just a
low noise and no fan. the hit to the dash board didnt work this time.
Usually it is the blower motor resistor that goes bad, but also need to verify that the blower motor works by hooking up a power supply to it.
thanks for the response. i popped off the cover under the dash to look for the resistor. just not sure where to locate it on the 2011 camry. I lightly tapped on everything under there and then i decided to start the car and try the A/C again and it worked and has worked since you posted. But i know that sometimes in the future i will have to bump things around under there to get it going again when it stops again. Does this sound like the resistor is getting stuck or something?
No,resistor not getting stuck, but this sounds like just some bad connections, moving wires a bit probably made contact, blower motor bearings possibly getting dry. FYI I looked for a blower motor resistor in on line stores that I use, found no listing for one. So not sure if there is one or not, may still be a dealer item.
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