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

I have accrod 2004 with navi. i change inside air cabin filter (A/c) but by mistake i touch the fan ..now when i start ac on 1 to 3 is no noise but when i swith to 4 to 5 is make lot of noise and vibration ...

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When you hit the fan, one or more of the fins got bent, this will cause it to spin out of balance. The only way to fix this is replace the fan.

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Appears you may have bent the hub. bo problem. Just rotatate the fan by han and try to recenter with light pressure. You should be ableable to see it is off center

Posted on May 27, 2009

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    sQUIREL CAGE FANS CAN BE RECENTERED WITH PATIENCE

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