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Where is the heater blower unit located mine is make a loud noise when its on high any idea thanks?

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2006-04-16 17:03:56
2006-04-16 17:03:56

probley some kind of object in the fan blade

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in the heater box. where is box.? under dash. where there.? the part that makes noise with the fan on. IF car has A/C the right side is A/C and left is heater.

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