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Clicking sound in the vents

I get a clicking sound in my vents no matter what setting I put the air control on. If I turn it completely off it stops, but otherwise it continues to click, and it does not happen constantly, however it happens more often when it's cold. Any solutions? The dealer I took it too when it was still in warranty checked it out at least 3 times with no solution.

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Did he replace the Resistor in between the blower motor and the wirng ? That controls the blower speed. It may be going bad. It is located usually under the dash near the blower motor itself.

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