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When I turn on my fan on high, it starts vibrating really loud.

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It sounds like debris has entered your blower or you have a broken fan blade. You can remove your cabin air filter per your owners manual and peek down the opening or if you have a small arm shove it down there and see if you can retrieve the offending item. But my guess is you will have to replace the blower motor and fan, Not too expensive at rockauto.com and easy to replace.

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This vibration is usually caused by a loose fan or a fan with bad bearings. You will have to get it into a repair shop unless you wish to repair it yourself. J.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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