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The blower fan on 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee squeeks when running.

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Maybe that's why they call it a squirrel cage. Seriously, noise is either from something caught in the fan or a bearing in the motor is dry and beginning to fail (motor needs replacement) Either way you need to remove motor to check it.

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