Question about 2001 Toyota Highlander
Car was stored during the winter. Now the fan makes a loud clicking sound as if something is interfering with it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air condition problem
When you say "noisy", is it a metallic grinding noise? Or, did someone overcharge the system. If the compressor IS internally noisy, replacing it is only half of the job. Anytime that comperssors fail, metallic particles get in the system, from the grinding of the compressor vanes or bearings...and need to be removed. Most of the time, they are trapped in a device called the "receiver-dryer", located next to the condenser in the front of the car. So, replace the compressor, replace the receiver-dryer, and evacuate the system. Hold a vacuum for 30 minutes, and then recharge. Not replacing the receiver dryer will damage the new compressor.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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