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When I turn on my 2004 toyota highlander air conditioner the fan on the motor sounds like it is running, where it has never done this before. what could be the cause?

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When you turn on the AC pop the hood. If it has an electric cooling fan or an electric fan infront of the radiator and condensor then its normal for it to come on. Without air flowing through the core the AC will not blow cold air. You just may not have noticed it before, or the fan is wearing down and producing a bit more noise than before.

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