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Air conditioning making a loud motor noise when I turn it up

The noise only appears after I max out the AC..it is non-existant when it is low.

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  • rafiv May 28, 2009

    Thank you very much for the response. I will be going by autozone later today and tackle the problem.

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It sounds like you need the Heater - A/C Blower replaced. The bearing's have gone bad and the whole unit needs to be replaced. 
You can get the replacement blower at Auto Zone for less then the dealer and can give you the step by step to replace the blower.
It's not a hard job to do and can be done with simple tools.
Good luck and hope this helps saves you some time and money.

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