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Have a look at your cabin air filter. i'm not sure where it is on scions but it will be under the dash usually on the passenger side
Posted on Mar 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HI THIS IS KEV
THE RESISTOR UNIT IS FITTED TO THE BLOWER MOTOR IT SELF I THINK WHICH IS SET BACK BEHIND THE GLOVE BOX.IF YOU REMOVE THE GLOVE BOX YOU WILL SEE IT.
I THINK YOU WILL FIND ITS THE BLOWER MOTOR AS THESE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THE TRAY AT THE TOP OF THE BLOWER MOTOR SPILTTING AND LETTING WATER IN AND IT SEIZES THE BOTTOM BEARING ON THE MOTOR.
HOPE THIS HELPS. KEV
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
There should be a radiator cap as it controls what goes into the overfill tank. You might consider replacing it. If there are no leaks in the radiator or hoses, there are only 3 places the coolant can go (water pump leak, blown gasket, or out throught the radiator cap). Hope its the cap because that's the cheapest. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
SOURCE: 2003 pontiac vibe- #10 fuse blows---check engine light on, runs rough.....windows, speed gauge, dash board lights, a/c control vent/blower and turn signals do not work code that comes up is speed sen
Well, if a mechanic on-site can't find the problem, you probably need a technician trained on Pontiac or GM systems.
Automotive systems today are so complicated and diverse, I couldn't even hazard a guess, and I've worked on cars and trucks for over 30 years. Us shadetree mechanics have just about seen our waterloo. Sorry, Denise.
Posted on Mar 31, 2012
It's is very possible. You may be correct however don't dismiss the wiring. The wiring may intermittently short with movement/vibration and cause fuse to blow but most likely you are correct in thinking that your fan needs replacement.
Posted on Jul 06, 2012
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