Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
I just had the serpentine belt on my 2007 Corolla S replaced. It got a little warmer during the day, so I decided to turn on the A/C. When I was on the first two fan settings, there were no noises whatsoever. But when I turned it up to the third fan speed, there was a noise that came from in the inside of the car. When I changed the fan speed to high, it got even louder. This goes the same for when I turn on the heat in the car. Does anyone have any ideas on how or why this happened? Any help is really appreciated!
Hello in the what they call a squirrel cage that is attached to your fan motor you may have something rapped up in it.I once found a mouse that had gotten in the cage so have your motor pulled out and checked:]
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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