It is possible the blower motor fan is starting to seize up or is loose and catching on inside fan housing.
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It is a 2007 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer Edition. The moon roof is stuck in the tilted position.
AnswerIf it's a rapid clicking sound that becomes more rapid when the fan is turned up high, you probably have a foreign object like a leaf stuck in the blower.It sounds like your Air door actuator or temperature actuator
A weak battery would do that
Needs a tune-up, and bad blower motor.
You will need to replace the blower motor control unit located inside the blower motor housing, this part is not the same as the part on standard explorers, it is not the same blower motor resistor.
The bearings are out of it. Replace Blower motor.
Apparently it is the rear air "blender" ( whatever that is(?)) My 2003 Explorer was making the loud clicking sound from the rear driver side above the rear left wheel. I lived with it for a month before I just found the answer on the net. I turned off the rear fan control (from the front controls) and the clicking has stopped. I guess there is no more air from the rear now but the clicking has stopped- Car is long been paid off and I'm happy again.
Climate control blower motor was the fix. The part cost 441 dollars.
Blower shaft bushing worn.
Blower resistor has failed. It is located behind the glove box.
Open hood . Disconnect blower module located near blower fan. Disconnect, if blower shuts off, repalce module
central airconditioner makes a clicking noise when running? any idea what to check?
I actually had this problem with my first xbox. It turned out to be the hard drive.
If the heater is blowing the fuse when the blower is turned on, I would suspect the blower motor is defective or locked up. If the A/C is blowing a fuse, suspect a bad clutch, or locked up compressor.
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Blower fan relay is stuck or fused contacts, replace it
check blower motor fuses and if Ok GENTLY tap blower motor with a/c turned on should start back up if so it indicates a bad armature in the blower motor and is due for replacement soon, if it does not start back up, it means either a short has occurred in the wiring or it is a dead blower motor
My 1995 Ford Explorer was running cooler on the temperature gauge and it turned out to be my thermostat
It sounds like the blower is not blowing, check the fuse for the blower. To add to the above, I had the same issue on a '97. I could hear it clicking and trying to blow but nothing came out. I took the blower motor housing off (located underneath behind the glove box...very easy to get to) and it was clogged with leaves, small twigs. Tried it with the gunk in it and it turned, cleaned it and it purred. Put it back together and works fine.
Replace the blower motor resistor block. It is located under the dash on the passenger side.
Check at the blower motor itself. Have it turned on and tap the end of the blower motor with a hammer. I did this and found out that the blower motor was going out. The blower motor is on the top passenger side under the hood. Also check the wire connections. Make sure they are seated good. If this includes for the heater then I would say the blower motor is bad.
A very low (but not quite dead) battery will do that. It's the starter relay trying to work.
The bearings on the blower are failing. You will need to replace the blower.
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