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I had the ac/heater blower motor replaced on my 1994 Toyota Corolla and it's making a loud rattling noise and the air is not blowing out of the vents as strong as it should be. I called the shop that repaired it and they said they would have to take the entire dash off to investigate the noise. Is this so? and should they charge me more or should it have worked properly the first time? Should this be covered under their warranty (90 days) they gave me?

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It provably unbalance blower fan or improper installation blower assy. try to remount it.

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