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If you think the serpentine belt is the source of the noise, check under the hood with your Chrysler and the heater running to confirm it. You may find the clicking is originating somewhere else.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Clicking noise coming from under
You have a blend door motor that bad. The clicking noise is probably the motor turing and grinding the gears...Prob should take too a shop for a diag to be sure...Some of them things are pretty hard to get to
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
most likely the blower motor squirrel cage hit the fan housing or the motor has a damaged bearing from the impact, the noise is coming from the fan which is on the passenger side, pull the fan assembly out and see if the blower cage is damaged, if it spins true then replace the blower motor, not a very hard job.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Concerning your broken vent -- this can be caused by a broken linkage or a malfunctioning servo motor as well. these vent have air ducts the sway back and forth to adjust the dual air flow function. if the servo o linkages are malfunctioning or not connected for some reason, it will not allow total control of the air flow and temperature range. Now, if you have a combination of a flow error and temperature error as well, thai can be caused by a combination of the two.
In this case, you will need to inspect the linkages as well as the servo motor function as well. in addition, i would test the air temp sensors for there operational value. they control the temp when you adjust the coll or hot function.
Concerning the Loud noise coming from the blower fan---
This issue can be caused by a misalignment within the blower housing or, it can also be caused by some minor damage within the motor itself, causing it to rotate in a erratic manner, in return, forcing it to rub against the housing itself. the best solution here is to extract this blower fan housing and inspect for lose fan propeller and motor stability. replace parts accordingly.
PLease rate and have a great day:)
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
The distribution of air is controlled by vacuum activated flaps in the ductwork and one of these is stuck. You may be able to free it by changing the the flow control on the dashboard otherwise, someone with a good back has some disassembly to do.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
yes...your engine belt is little bit lose that's y its causing noise...and hope when u speed up..it will stop squealing ..right?? so just tight your engine belt little bit and it will solve your problem in a min...take care n have a safe journey...n also if it help...rate it plz
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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