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Air conditiner 91 camry

When I turn the air conditioner on I here a loud noise, coming from the fan it seems, help?

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  • becerro Oct 08, 2008

    Thanks alot for your help, after reading your recommendation I did it and found debris in the fan blades and did look like a rodents nest. I cleaned it up and mounted the fan blade again and noise dissapeared, FIX YA!

    I highly recommend this site, thanks again Toyota Ed, you rockk!

  • PghSteelers Jan 26, 2009

    I had the same problem. I owned the 91 Camry 6 cyc 4 door for 17 years and the fan noise from the passenger started slowly and intermittantly over the past year. Finally, it became almost unbearable.. Sounded like a broken part or the fan blades hitting the housing.



    I pryed off the vinyl cover under the glove compartment with a flat head screwdriver, removed 3 large brass screws on the rim. I also removed one of the electrical connections to pull down the fan and inspect it. It was completely filled with what looked like insulation. Did sort of look like a mouse nest but no evidence of animals. I put the fan back and the noise was gone. Thanks very much.

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Thank you allowing me to provide my assistance.

Is the noise that you hear a loud "humming" nosie? If so, I need you to remove the lower panel, under the glove box, (if it has one), and remove the 3 screws that hoilds the heater fan to the plastic box. After removing the fan, inspect the fan and inside the box for debris. Most likely, you will find some type of debris contained in the fan blades. This is very common, I drop 2-3 fan motors a week around this time of year. You may also find a rodent nest in the fan area.

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