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FAN BLOWER VERY LOUD ON HIGH

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I looking to buy a 2000 toyota camry ce when the blower fan is on high its seems very loud? Is this normal? The heat works fine

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HI!!! open the fan conpartment pull the fan out and see how it works maybe wobless when spin the bearing from the fan worn out o something is inside the.fan compartment?????

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