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Interior a/c fan making loud blade noise at high fan speed setting. May just need a cleaning. What are the steps to get to this fan and clean 2003 Honda Pilot EXL

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Look under the dash,for the fan motor,if you dont see it look under the hood ,on the firewall, or in the hearter a/c air box housing maybe the evaporator housing is there under the hood the fan must be close by turn on the fan and listen for its local.There may be something in the housing that is scraping the fan cage as it turns or a dry sleeve bearing,esp if you are needeing to change fuses often.

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