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    CelicaSupra.com Member bubblleboi's Avatar
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    Heater blower resistor part number

    Hey fam,

    Could anyone please provide the correct part number for a heater blower resistor? It's for an '85 Celica Supra 5mge manual.

    Did some searching and came up with two numbers but I'm not sure which is correct. If you also know the correct number of pins I think that would help too (4 or 5 pin?):

    -88635-14080
    -88635-14021

    Thanks in advance

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    Per http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/xref?s=88635-14021&mU=on

    14080 for Mk2

    14021 is for the MK1
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    Thanks AJ!

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    Anyone know where we can source new heater blower resistors? Or how to rewire the connectors to always blow on high? Our resistors are 5 pin but all other auto parts stores only sell a 4 pin.

    Toyota discontinued them; Rock auto has the wrong part despite it listing a heater blower resistor (maybe for celicas but not celica supras?); autozone & orielley's don't seem to have a plug n play replacement.
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    Just use some large ceramic resistors wired into the old plug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkycheeze View Post
    Just use some large ceramic resistors wired into the old plug.
    Is it as simple as clipping the old resistors off and soldering on a new one? Never done something like that before. Nor know what ceramic resistors would be a close enough replacement.

    You happen to know of any guides I can check out?

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    The TSRM is useless!
    http://www.cygnusx1.net/Supra/Librar...aspx?S=BE&P=64
    Get a few large ceramic resistors and jump in.
    Dr Jim or maybe Ray would probably be of some help.
    I would just solder them in to bypass the open blower resistors.
    Full HIGH only? Solder in a 12 gauge wire to bypass the open resistor.
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    We'd need somebody to measure the values of the individual resistance wires before I could make any recommendations.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by drjim View Post
    We'd need somebody to measure the values of the individual resistance wires before I could make any recommendations.....
    OK,Jim,I get it.
    If he wants FULL blower power only,just bypass the burned out resistor and allow the heater motor to 'see'the full 12 V. Bypass the resistor block all the way.
    Yes,you will not have an adjustable heater flow: ON or OFF,only.
    Thanks.
    I'm not certain that the post for the resistor block will accept soldering. Flux and flux core solder.
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    I haven't seen the heater fan blower resistor (I don't think, unless pix have been posted), but from other cars I know have coils of NiChrome resistance wire (looks like a little spring hanging out there) that are spot-welded to the tabs on the switch. NiChrome is particularly hard to solder to, but it can be done with the correct (nasty shit) flux. The tabs on the switch are probably just steel, maybe tin plated to prevent rust. You can solder to steel a lot easier than NiChrome. Since the "cement block" resistors have nice tin plated copper leads, you could probably solder them to the steel tabs on the switch without too much effort.

    Just going on my experience with electronics and cars in general. I'm still learning a lot of the little quirks of our MKII's.....


    A little Googling revealed this article.
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