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Chasing a noise in the dash that sounds like a motor trying to do something and failing, over and over. After removing glove box and shining a strong light way up in there, I spotted the problem,which

Disarmed air bag,removed glove box,ash tray,under-dash cover,kick panel,moved some harnesses,and removed a brace,until I could spot it,but barely reach it. There doesn't seem to be a vacuum line attached to,what appears to be a nipple, sticking out the top.

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Can you tell me from these pics where you think the noise is coming from? Could be your blower motor, open the hood and listen with ac or heat on with fan on high Chasing a noise in the dash that sounds like a mot - 25317022-ldtxpdfxyxh0f1wtr1siz2r5-3-0.jpg 25317022-ldtxpdfxyxh0f1wtr1siz2r5-3-2.jpg

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Testimonial: "Wow, I sure appreciate the effort you put in! The noise is coming from,what looks like ,A smaller version of the white capped motor right next to the brace that's hanging down in your second picture. With the engine running I can see it twisting and then clicking and starting over. After a few miles,or the engine warming up,it stops. Heater,a/c, seem to work fine,although when turned on,the noise changes it's beat as if it's straining more. The motor in my car appears to be smaller and lower,nestled right next to that brace. I'm trying to avoid removing the whole dashboard,instrument cluster and all. That seems beyond my expertise and I'm sure the Lincoln dealer[Ford] would want millions of dollars to do it.Is there any other way out? Once again,thank you very much for your help."

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    Ernie V Dec 11, 2014

    Can you tell me from these pics where you think the noise is coming from? Could be your blower motor, open the hood and listen with ac or heat on with fan on high

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    Ernie V Dec 11, 2014

    hate to tell you anything in that assembly you have to pull the dash away from the fire wall.

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    Ernie V Dec 11, 2014

    A shop will want 11hrs for the job. anywhere from $700 to $1,100. I replaced my heater core last month, a shop wanted $1,000. I did it in 6 hrs the heater core cost $40 bucks. The hardest part is PATIENCE in removing the dash. Here is a pic on how it looks when pulled so you have access, I would say wait for the warmer weather, unless you are somewhere warm. :)

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    Ernie V Dec 11, 2014

    Here

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    Ernie V Dec 11, 2014

    Glenn have your blower motor checked before anything, $40 at rock auto

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    Ernie V Dec 11, 2014

    https://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,carco...

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