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Re: fan motor noise 2005 t bird
Do you have a mechanical or a electric fan?
acording to your question seems to be electrical make sure the fan nut is tie and there is no cracks on blades
also wigle the ft shaft up and down and if you feel any play the replace the motor
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to machine the crank and get another rod --set of big end and mains-- probably a rebore-- pistons --rings --labour Time off road- It will be cheaper to fit a reconditioned short motor so check around for one from an accredited engine remanufacturer.
If the fan is attached to the water pump tahe hold of a blade and try back and forward towards the motor. If there is movement there it will be either a fan hub failing or a water pump bearing. Second check remove the fan belt and check for noise.( idle engine for short period of time) If it is gone confirm pump by spinning any adjuster pulleys and check for noise or rough movement
It may just be time to replace the blower motor or the blower resister. The brushes in the fan motor assembly may be worn and not making very good contact. Using a test light at the connection at the fan motor harness is a good way to see if you're getting power to the motor when requested, if so, it is time to replace the blower fan assembly.
there is a heat sensor that turns fan on when motor temp is to high. ( providing this is a electric fan ) Check coolant level and make sure full as well as the reservoir.Check when engine is cold ( i suggest taking vehicle in for repair or check for temp sensor failure.) I dont know how very loud you are trying to point out but yes it will make a fan noise which might be loud to some. If this fan is a clutch fan then a mechanical funtion takes place turning fan on and off in essence. If clutch is not releasing fan will pull air at all times which also will be like a loud fan sound which will also rob car of some power and mpg. clutch will have to be replaced. ( note the electric fan will not rob car of power or mpg.
This is hard to answer without hearing the noise, a 2005 altima it would have to have alot of miles or have been drinen hard to need a motor mount, the compressor could be noisey or may be a loose heat sheild on the exhaust,a squeal noise would be a belt a rattle noise could be a pulley going bad or something loose, when ac is on it puts more strain on engine causing things to shake,i would have a second shop just look at it before doing anything, see if they both come up with the same problem, and dont tell them what the other shop told you about the mount, tell them only after they tell you its something else.
1. Could be a caught foreign object between A/C (air conditioning) fan and cooling radiator, producing this loud noise. 2. Could be a damaged fan blade, mowing the cooling radiator. 3. Could be a loud noise comming from the fan's electrical motor. 4. Could be a broken off fin (small wing) of the cooling radiator, striking the A/C fan, producing this loud noise.
Well, I did some investigation into the ptoblem and ended up pulling the ac fan out. The squirrel cage was full of what looked to be the remains of a bird nest sucked into the fan. I cleaned it out, reinstalled, and it works like new again.