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'03 Toyota Corolla- Air Condiotioner making noise...

I have a '03 Corolla. Just hit 100,000,000 miles. he other day I get in- turn the car on & the air conditioner was making noise. Unfortunately, its stuck that way for now. The higher I turn the A/C, the higher the pitch. (Sounds like something caught in a fan??) It doesn't get normal air flow anymore or blowing as cold as it previous did.. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED! :) thank you.

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I've been looking into an A/C problem for my 2004 Pontiac Vibe (which is basically a Toyota). Found something that might help you. Evidently there was a service bulletin (NOT a recall) about this model's M/G CLT relay in the air conditioner system - many of them have proved faulty! That relay is in the fuse box under the hood near the battery. Basically the relay just has to be replaced. Cost of part is around $70. Hope this will help!

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    rockauto.com sells this relay for under $10. they also sell the blower motor assembly, this is whats making the noise. Easy to replace. order cabin air filter as well. All easy to replace. I say replace all 3 items. Blower motor, blower motor relay and cabin air filter. You will then be good for another 100K!

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