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92 Accord Buzzing Sound below Glove Box

There is a buzzing sound which appears to be below the glove box when I have the FRESH AIR or RECIRCULATION buttons turned on. If neither are turned on then the buzzing noise stops. Just wondering if this could be a faulty relay or something and where exactly it might be located?

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  • billee12345 Aug 20, 2008

    It only happens if i have one of those buttons pressed though. I can still have the blower motor running without those engadged and the humming doesn't happen.

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Well that's where your ac blower motor is. you may have something wedged in it smacking the blades on the wheel or the bearings in the blower motor could be going out but that would making more of a hum or a grinding noise.

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  • Daniel Thrash
    Daniel Thrash Aug 20, 2008

    well with that bit of information i can tell you that your air door is most likely hitting the blower when in that position

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