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2005 Silverado a/c, heater blower making a roaring noise. louder on recirculate. any suggestions? thanks, john

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John I had the same problem and took it to my dealer they replaced the condensing line and now it is fine. hope you have good luck.
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Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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