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2005 Sebring There is a "squeal" noise under the glove box when fan motor is turned on.

If i put my hand under the glove box and apply pressure the noise stops but as soon as I remove my hand it starts again. It doesn't matter if it is on 1-2-3-4 setting it still makes a hoorible noise.

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