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I have a 2001 Cheverolet Suburban that makes a noise that sounds like when you stick a piece of paper or something in a fan and hit the blades at the time of acceleration between 1 1/2 and 2 RPM only for a brief moment then goes away even if you press the gas pedal up to 1 1/2 to 2 RPM while idling it makes this noise. The AC gets really cold and runs good otherwise. Could there be a proble with my AC fan and is this a known problem in Suburbans?

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It could very well be the fan hitting the fan shroud. Have your motor mounts inspected. You can do this yourself if you feel savy enough. 1. start the car 2. have someone either inside or out(depending on where you want to be)3.place in gear 4. place your foot on the brake and acelerate by snapping the throttle briefly and seeing if the motor raises. You also place it in reverse to check the other side. Replace as necessary. Let me know if you need anything else.

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