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Blower motor I have a 1992 Ford Explorer an every time I turn the fan on for the air, it sounds like a coffee maker brewing coffee, what should I do?

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Replace the motor it is very simple, I have had to replace it, it is one of the simplest things to change next to the fuses.

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