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Rattling in engine when inside fan is turned on

The more you reved the engine the louder the noise gets

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  • maireadlarki Mar 02, 2009

    no when you turn on the inside blower there is a rattle in the engine it seems to be coming from around the water pump the minute you turn off the blower the noise is gone

  • maireadlarki Mar 03, 2009

    the noise is in the engine around the water pump because the more you rev the higher it gets so it must be connected to the engine. the min you turn off blower the noise goes!!!!

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Is that correct, inside fan, (blower) gets noisier when engine revved up? More details please.

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Check your AC clutch assy. If your going to defrost, it will come on too. Otherwise check fan(s) with engine of and battery neg(-) off and wiggle blades to see if any play, side to side, up & down, but moneys on AC clutch assy.

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