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Noise like something is hitting with the fan, but theres nothing there and the noise still going

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Sounds like your water pump is about to go out, my 95 yukon was doing that one time, and all the sudden the water pump blew.

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Could be fan motor making the noise, or the fan blades could be rubbing against fan housing (shroud)

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