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Corolla S with about 250K miles. Prior, A/C and heater were intermittently working and blowing with cool air (A/C) intermittently with A/C light on and, now, not at all with no power or A/C light turning on.
Thus far, we have:
1) Checked the blower motor and had replaced and worked intermittently in conjunction with being A/C light on or off going off on on by itself. Blower motor works with power out of car, but not in car.
2) Blower Motor Resistor has been changed.
3) Several fuses have been checked including magnetic clutch relay.
4) In dash heater A/C controller has been changed.
5) No diagnostic codes are showing up.
Acts like it is an electrical problem, so our next guess is there must be a broken or loose wire somewhere, but do not see any burned or melted wiring.
Is there something that is common that goes out or have anymore ideas why A/C or Heater might not work? Thanks in advance.
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