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2004 Honda Accord A/C Blower Motor Make Noie !!!

I h've 2004 accrod ..i try to change cabin filter suddenly i touch motor in side with hand .and now its make noise when u swith fan speed to 4 or 5 ...can u help me with this matter ... ?

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Hello, it sounds like the fan motor was knocked out of balance (they are palstic).. you can try to remove fan and try to repair balance...good luck marty

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