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Re: Something dead inside the heat/ac fan
Remove the blower motor and see what's inside the cage. You might want to wear disposable rubber gloves in case you find a dead mouse or something. You may also need a mirror and flashlight to look around in the blower opening to find the critter. After it's all cleaned out you can spray some lysol disinfectant in the hole, on the evaporator fins, and the blower cage to remove some of the odor.
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i decode that as heat works, fan works perfect and blows fast
and that A/C is dead. right?
step 2 is , does the compressor shaft spin fast.
not the pulley it always does, running.
that is 1st. if you respond ill do step 3,
Sounds like EXACTLY what you described (I've had that happen before). There is a leaf (or similar plastic/natural object) in your fan blower. This is located under the dashboard, typically under (or most easily accessed from) the passenger floorboard. If lucky and like mine, it was a few bolts (3 or 4) to take the cover off (with the blower attached), and all kinds of dirt, and a big leaf, fell out. They get in when the outer air vents are open. Good luck!
I've had mice in my Nissan PU and actually caught one in a trap set on the floorboard; so I know they can get inside. They also knocked some of the fiberglass insulation into the blower motor so it vibrated as it was no longer balanced. You could have a dead one in your blower. Mine was easily accessible from under the passenger side under the dash. Three screws and the motor dropped so I could clean out the fiberglass.