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2001 Avalon Blower motor makes a noice. Has debri in it.

There is trash or some kind of debris in the A/C blower. When it's on the higher speeds you can hear it, and you can here stuff rattling around in there.

How do I find the blower and take it out to clean it?

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Right side under the dash. In some instances, the dash may have to be removed. Check the autozone site for removal procedures. they have a download site that could really help.

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I have a 2008 Toyota Tacoma. The interior fan make a annoying ticking noise on low speed but its not noticable upon turning it to a higher speed.


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Replace the blower motor


Couple of possibilities asn.
The blower motor may be worn out or something has jammed up the fan blade.
If it hasn't blown the fuse already it may have damaged the blower resistor.
The resistor depends on the airflow from the blower to keep it cool.
Pull the blower motor out, check the shaft and fan blade for looseness and debris. If there is debris in there make sure you get it all out from up inside the housing too.
The blower is fairly accessible and inexpensive on this model of car.
Under the right side of the dash there is a hush panel to remove. you will see the motor housing pointing down. Undo the connector to the motor, 3 or 4 screws retain the motor to the case. Lower it down.
Reverse to reinstall.
Any more questions please ask me.

KL

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After some years, the the filters (made of foam) in the HVAC system can become dry-rotted. Debris from the rotted foam, as well as dust, can accumulate in various places within the system. Unfortunately, the motor housing of the blower is one place in which the dust and debris accumulate very well. To fix the problem, you have to remove the cover from the blower, and vacuum clean it. The blower is behind the glove box, on the lower right side.

A word of caution: The fan cage (which looks like a gerbil wheel) can become brittle, over the years. After cleaning out the blower motor, the blower will be able to freely spin at full speed, again. This may be too much for an old brittle fan. If your old blower can't take the force of spinning at full speed, you will hear it break apart inside its chamber. I discovered this, the hard way. After cleaning the dust and debris from my Volvo's blower motor, the blower spun at full speed and the fan broke apart. So, I had to buy and install a whole new blower.

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Every time i turn my heater or air condioner on it makes a ticking sound then it goes away after a few seconds it sounds like it coming from the inside by the glove box or right below it


Sometimes leaves or debris collect inside the blower motor case Also if the vehicle has alot of miles and the noise changes tones when changing blower motor speeds the motor may be failing or in need of lubrication. First i would check and clean the blower motor case of debris or leaves. This requires removing nthe blower motor and looking in the housing. Good Luck and I Hope this was very helpful.

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Usually when the blower only works on the higher speeds, the blower motor resistor has gone bad. This should be located somewhere near the blower motor itself, it is usually bolted to the blower motor housing (or in that area), just unbolt it and you can replace it. Hope this helps

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After some years, the the filters (made of foam) in the HVAC system can become dry-rotted. Debris from the rotted foam, as well as dust, can accumulate in various places within the system. Unfortunately, the motor housing of the blower is one place in which the dust and debris accumulate very well. To fix the problem, you have to remove the cover from the blower, and vacuum clean it. The blower is behind the glove box, on the lower right side.

A word of caution: The fan cage (which looks like a gerbil wheel) can become brittle, over the years. After cleaning out the blower motor, the blower will be able to freely spin at full speed, again. This may be too much for an old brittle fan. If your old blower can't take the force of spinning at full speed, you will hear it break apart inside its chamber. I discovered this, the hard way. After cleaning the dust and debris from my Volvo's blower motor, the blower spun at full speed and the fan broke apart. So, I had to buy and install a whole new blower.

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