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When air condition starts ticking noise occurs under glove compartment

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It may have gotten debris(leaves and such) stuck in the fan/blower housing. If it sounds like a bike with a piece of paper on the rhim(rattle), then that most likely the case.to get rid of it, you need to pull the whole blower housing out to clean it thoroughly.

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