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Fan is most likely stripped and the shaft is turning without spinning the fan

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Tim3e for a new blower motor. i hope u r not in alaska? so ; ifin u r in the lower 48, git to a junk-yard and pull a motor. it will take a while and u will find a nest of sum kind in the cage or in front of the heater core. gita vacuum cleaner and suck all that junk outta there! lol.

Posted on Apr 13, 2014

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