Question about 2001 Toyota Echo
Posted by Anonymous on
Check the heater fan motor they have a tendency to have the shaft bearing wear out and make a squealing noise from time to time depending on how the shaft wobbles and that is the reason you don't hear it when the heater and ac is off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: noisy rear bearing?
Is isnt the rear end it would be very bad shaking and wouldnt last long because it would throw a bearing out. So its most likly the wheel bearing and you can just take it to a local automotive shop.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
you should check the fan blower module. it is normally located under the passenger side dash, it is just a small circuit board that has resistors on it, they sometimes melt off. this could be the problem. or the blower might be stuck or broken
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
You can unplug the clutch that engages the compressor. Look for wires that come from the compressor. Trace them to the nearest plug and unplug them. The compressor will no longer come on.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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