Which fan: The fan that blows air into the interior of the car to keep me comfortable, NOT the one mounted in front of the radiator to cool the engine. (side question: what is this fan called? is it the AC fan? The blower motor fan??)
The story: So, one day, it just stopped working. There are no causative events, it just stopped working. I turn the control from off to slow all the way to highest, and… nothing.
I’m thinking of checking the FUSE first.
Which fuse do you think controls this fan?
If it’s not the fuse, I think it’s probably the motor itself located under the glove box.
PS: Car is 2007 Toyota Corolla. It stopped working on a very cold day, my hands were freezing.
PPS: Someone mentioned the possibility of the culprit being the blower motor’s “resistor” but I thought the resistor only controlled the fan speed. This fan will not work at any speed. It’s dead.