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I have a 96 dodge 1500 4x4 with the 5.9. when you turn on the heaterAC there is a loud humming noise that comes out of it kinda like the bearings in the blower motor are bad but its brand new. Any suggestions?

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MUST OF THE TIME THERE ARE LEAVES OR OTHER THINGS STUCK INSIDE BLOWER MOTOR WHEEL AND CAUSE THE HUMMING NOISE, BUT IF YOU HAVE ELECTRIC MODE,BLEND DOOR MOTORS POSSIBLE MOTOR ACTUATOR IS GETTING BAD

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