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My 2003 Nissan Altima makes a waired raddaling noise only when i turn on my air condition or defrost on. What is it that i need to fix. I'm guessing my cooling system needs to be flushed or it's something else? and how much does this cost to fix ball park fig.

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Sounds like the clutch on the compressor to me and they are not sold seperatly so you are looking at about $600, sorry to be the one with bad news.

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