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Fan noise when A/C is turned on 2007 Yaris Sedan

I have a problem with my a/c system, when I turn on the A/C there is a noise coming from the right side of the car, I also noticed that the driver's A/C vent is not blowing cold air. If I turn off the A/C and use only the blower I still get the noise, according to the speed the noise is louder.

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  • blazho Oct 05, 2008

    I have a brand new Yaris, 1.3 litters, 86 hp. However, when I turn the A/C on, the compressor makes a sound as it would 'die on me'. Also, when I accelarate, I can hear the A/C compressor changing its speed, in a pretty noisy manner. The Toyota dealer explained to me that all 1.3 litters, 86 hps Yarises produce this sound. Can anyone confirm or deny this? Thank you in advance.




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You may have some type of debris iside the fan blades on the car. Does the noise sound like a vibrating/drumming/whirring noise? If so, pull the fan motor out & look for debris. Common problem.

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