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After turning the car off there is a terrible noise coming from behind the glove box, It is a clicking or ticking noise as if a fan is turning with an obstruction. Only makes the noise after you turn the car off, never while in use with the a/c on. I suspect it has to do with the a/c

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The blend door actuator is hanging up. This actuator (motor) manipulates the door that allows fresh air or recirculation of air while using climate control.

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  • ddunn3365 Sep 22, 2010

    so how do you make it stop, Iknew what it was but whats the best way to make it stop?

  • Alwatkins78 Oct 02, 2010

    hey guys. I just started having the same problem with this little motor. I just let my glove box down and on the right side of where the two little wire's plug into the motor there is a plastic lock thangy you snap outword with a small pocket screwdriver and just unplug the wire. Problem solved. Hope this helps.

  • Dave Selbach
    Dave Selbach Feb 27, 2014

    I have a Chevy 2008 Impala LTZ that has a clicking sound coming from the dash on the passenger side. I could feel the actuator motor on the left side of glove box vibrating when it was clicking (gears in the old one were broke) I replaced it and it started to act up again. I removed the motor again and tried to rotate the arm that the motor attaches to. It was hard to turn without using pliers. Is there a simple way to get at the door to free it up? I tried just disconnecting the wires. The noise stopped from the actuator but I started to get a lot of noise from my wife about the heat on her side when I was getting AC on my side.

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