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Rear Noise One morning started car came back and I had a load clicking noise coming from right rear. I can see a black box but don't know what it is after it warmed up the noise went away until last week it was real cold again but this time it want go away just loader at times than others. HELP !!

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  • amiller1313 Feb 02, 2009

    i have same issue with it seems to be a ac issue. what can i do to fix it or what do i need to replace?

  • Shami_123 Feb 06, 2009

    When I turn on the heater for the rear there is a loud clicking noise coming from the back of my car. What exactly do I do

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Sounds like one of the actuators for your rear a-c is bad. Check to see if the roof-floor door operates. and see if temp door operates. You can feel a difference in airflow if the doors are working

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