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Ac on---grinding noise under hood

Causes of the grinding noise under hood when air conditioning turned on?

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  • covolt May 27, 2009

    Thank-you for your prompt reply---my husband says that the grinding noise happens when the ac compressor is not on---any suggestions???

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