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I have a 2005 pontiac grand am. When I turn on my heater or air conditioner the fan is really loud. IT will blow out heat or cool the car but it just makes a loud noise. Is it expensive to fix

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Sounds like you have sucked perhaps a leaf into the fan .not costly to check it out .

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