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The heater fan in your 1990 Tracker makes a constant loud noise if the noise is caused by a blockage how do you get to the fan to fix it?


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2006-01-26 17:34:59
2006-01-26 17:34:59

Hi, Sounds as if the motor bearing could be gone. The heater fan is behind the glove compartment. When you open the glove compartment, you'll see the two compartment stops on either side of the box, simply press these in and the box will drop down. Should you want to remove the box, simply remove the two screws and remove the box. There's no alignment issue as the tabs where the screws go through have a small nub that fits into a hole. The fan is more accessable with the door removed. The fan resistor is right there too. That's usually the culprit when you lose some of the fan speeds, usually the top two or the bottom two. Good luck. Steve

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