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Kia rio ac/heat problem

So this morning I went out to preheat the car, it has been unusually cold in florida this year... so I cranked the heat and let the car defrost for about 10-15 minutes.

When I came out and opened the door there was a loud pitched noise coming from the vents. Kinda like a remote control car. I immediately turned it off... not know what it is.

And even now, this afternoon when I turn it on - the noise comes back. Any ideas what that could be?

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  • jessica188 Jan 22, 2009

    Oh and my car is a 2003, it just hit 100,000 miles and I feel like it is falling apart :(



    Any help would be appreciated!

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Sounds like the blower motor needs to be replaced.

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