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Knocking noise on passenger side by glove box

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If you mean the blower motor speed resistor pack that controls the different blower speeds, yes it's on the passenger side under the glove box by the blower motor. If you are going to replace the blower resistor pack, replace the wire harness to since they are also known to go bad from the heat created from the electrical current which mad your resistor pack go bad. Good luck and Auto Zone should have the parts you need and Napa.

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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its the re circulate flap and the problem is the trampilia ,forgotton name in english for the operating device ,havent a clue how to get to it to change it though ,its a vacumn operated piston and i bet its a dash out job to get to it

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

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Posted on Nov 03, 2010

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I believe that is right where the oil pump is. It is possible it might be going. If you have an oil pressure guage I would keep an eye on it.

Posted on May 17, 2011

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Ok the knocking noise could be coming from your fan. I would removed the blower and make sure there is nothing in the blades. You can also remove the plastic cowling on the passenger side and look down into the blower assembly

Posted on Jul 01, 2011

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