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When the fan motor kicks in is making too much noise

I noticed that when the cars stops and when I turn my AC on the fan starts with too much noise.
What could be the problem

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  • jcb07 Jul 03, 2009

    Hello
    Sorry for the confusion, I was thinking that my question will go under similar problem icon. I look for the information using a 2005 chevy cobalt.
    My car is a 2005 chevy cobalt with a 2.2 liter engine. The fan is electric with plastic blades

    Thank you for you quick reply
    John

  • Joseph Weisenberger
    Joseph Weisenberger May 11, 2010

    What make/model/year is the vehicle? If it's been around for awhile, your fan motors might be going out-this can make a loud noise. Are the blades metal or plastic? If they're metal, they might be bent and are making contact with the shroud as they turn.

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The noise is the drain on the belt drive system upon AC start up, the belts may need to be tightened or the AC compressor clutch is in need of replacement, if you are saying when car stops you mean the engine is shutoff then this statement does not apply but if you mean when the vehicle comes to a stop at say a stop light then it applies.

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