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Our A/C was cooling great, then it began to make an intermittent squeal sound and it worked fine until after I had turned it off. Upon turning it on again, it sounds like something is on, but the fan/blower isn't working. Is it worth fixing?

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You need a new motor, are you still in warranty?

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As long as you have the remote and the receiver that go in the top it will work

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Sounds like the fan control knob has shorted out. You can check the fan "blower" relay and fuse in the engine compartment but you need to make sure the control knob is good or you will keep blowing fuses and relays. If your blower fuse and relay are good, then just have the control knob checked and replaced if needed.

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Might be the CAPACITOR

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Sounds like a start capacitor, but you need a meter that measures uf capacitance

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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